As ever, mood is her cornerstone, with the two main productions hovering around the ten-minute mark. "Lonber Attract" kicks off with what sounds like vocalist LK—ahem—enjoying herself (or perhaps she's just been woken up and asked if she wants a cup of tea), before a single-note bass wobble climbs into bed with her and off we go. A frazzled, oscillating, electronic purr slinks underneath a track that mixes minimal-style atmospheric tics with silken percussion.
"What Where"'s undulating, sub-ambient pads may give an early impression of drifty wooziness, but the groove is tough, hi-hats snappy and mood menacing. tINI's take on "Lonber Attract" sees the German producer settle into a twisted Latin-cum-tribal groove; snatches of percussion are used as textural counterpoints to the fluid rhythm.