Built around a Whitney Houston sample (the opening line of "Love Will Save The Day," as if recorded underwater), "Make You" builds elegantly into a neo-Balearic, slo-mo footwork track. Festooned with Latin percussion, guttural sub-bass roars in the background as washes of guitar twinkle in the fore. It's beautiful. "He Said No" is no less so, with yet more acoustic guitar fluttering prettily atop it, accompanied by clipped snares and swaggering kicks.
"The Water’s Fine" is some freaky, digital skank populated by frantic analogue trills—is that an old Gibson Brothers sample in there? The subdued but twisted funk of "Rumours" doesn’t appear to have the cojones of its predecessors at first, but two minutes from the end is transformed into a rattling 4/4 drill. Finally, the beatless, 90-second long "DMD" doesn't hang around long but is warmed by yet more Spanish six-strings.