"College Dropout" builds in intensity using puffing, steam engine percussion before opening out into an eerie meeting of diabolic strings and crazed glockenspiels. On "Arts Is Moving Butts" it's not just the name that's odd. The touchstone is classic deep house—you can tell Theo Parrish is another Scherbe hero—but there's something brilliantly unnerving about the soulful vocal sample, while the beats lollop and list so randomly they sound like they've been thrown up in the air before settling into place.
On "Jardin Du Midi," the mood clicks back a notch, with what sounds like some twisted Native American chant drifting in and out of the fuzzy throb and stumbling tempo. Arguably best of all, "Endlezz Cinema" unfurls from a melancholic opening with a quivering low-register bass motif into a quirky, deep house burner with blobs of congas and a cannily employed acoustic guitar sample.