"Pitched" has a rollicking groove that's occasionally interrupted by increasingly frantic ambient passages. A more measured approach on "Troija" results in a fluid, rubbery rhythm, buttressed by snappy snares. "Demence" throws yowling acidic bass under an itchy hi-hat shuffle, while "Propeller" is the primary peak-time effort. A tough tempo eventually germinates from a wooshing breakdown before settling into a jacking groove with drum rolls and a pounding bassline. Kaden also includes a pair of minute-long FX tools, which understandably sound odd in isolation, like lost souls looking for the perfect beat.
Five years ago Kaden was very much of a minimalist bent—weren't most house producers?—but Tentakle suggests that he's left that frozen vista in favour of a more expansive approach.