With more than a touch of bump & flex about it, "No More Stories" may be significantly darker in tone than its garage-dwelling cousins from the turn of the century, but it certainly follows a similar route. From the Game Boy-ish bleeps to the squeaky, lovelorn vocal, it superbly conveys a real sense of nostalgia, enhanced and made all the more emotional by a huge, rumbling bass drop straight out of the 2-step glory days.
Things get progressively housier but no less interesting over the course of the next three tracks. "U See" is enthusiastically bouncy and fast-paced with a crunchy lead line and loopy vocals, still maintaining a vague whiff of the 2-step flaunt but within a definite 4/4 structure. "Get You Thinkin" is dreamily waifish; a beautiful but indistinct stream of delicate elements, held down by a powerful sub. Wrapping things up is "Leeds Syndrome." Firm drums and a distant male vocal are all you have for company until some dubby, echoed stabs momentarily shed light on the increasingly dark path ahead.