The music here is rougher and steelier than PHIL's releases, by and large, but a similarly murky, confused vibe is evident. Horrevorts' "Shake Your Coconuts" arranges vinyl hiss and lo-fi percussion samples into a dry, crackling groove that faintly recalls early Perlon releases, although the squishy production has more in common with BNJMN's creative compression tactics; languid synth vamps and horror-film strings keep it from dissolving into dust.
On Philogresz' "Furthering," the drums and clipped samples also hint at a minimal heritage, while judiciously placed synth melodies recall Cobblestone Jazz' jammy approach. As with the A-side track, the sound of the record is unusual and slightly disorienting, with dry clicks pushed high in the mix and bassy reverb sucking at your heels from below, but you get the sense that it's intentional. "Don't Touch My Tearing Synth" offers a more restrained take on similar ideas, with jazzy synth leads melted over hissing, snapping drum machine grooves, and weird, amorphous chords that throw everything further off kilter.