Anyone lucky enough to have caught a recent live set by Rrose will undoubtedly recognize the nauseating, stair-climbing madness of "Cavity." It's a horrifying panic attack of a song that manifests its unsettling effect through the use of frantically rising organ synth patterns and snappy-yet-dirty claps. After five minutes of hysteria, the track seems to crumble in on itself, collapsing into an echoing void. It's clearly the standout track of the release.
The B-sides stumble along at a slower pace. "Envy" is a warm yet skeletal track, strung together with distorted synthetic backbone and adorned with squeamish, alien background noises. What starts as a stripped down techno track gradually blossoms into a moody strut. "Wedge" has similarly woozy flow, lethargically fading in with a slimy growl that eventually slips into resonant screams. The track chugs along with bubbling atmospheres and rusting metal percussion, gliding forward like a locomotive through a swamp.