Ossie's layered melodies surf and soar at will, while the natural-sounding drums crunch and kick in tight little steps. The resulting grooves are purposeful yet full of air and open space. "Love Crazy Dub" is a perfect example; flattened hits skate along with muted percussion as sweeping strings stretch out on a much wider plane above. "Housedabass" has a more tumbling bottom-end. Its diving bass notes recall early Joy O as ditty keys undulate throughout the mix and pull you up, down and round.
The two other tunes here call upon the vocal talents of Black Orange Juice, with "Love Crazy" largely characterised by "New for U" style strings which, when they swoon through hurried drums, let in plenty of spring air and swell your heart in the process. It's a deft, feel-good contrast to the title track. Black Orange Juice's slightly strained vocal is largely to thank for that, but the claps and drums on this one are more scattered, adding to the tumultuous vibe.