"Throw" opens up with what might be a prepared piano, rattling and chinking playfully before giving way to a thunderous bassline. It kicks pretty damn hard. Not that "UHFFO" has a light touch. Far from it—the bass pummels away even more frantically, overwritten by bursts of partly-realised chords and Detroit-like synth swells.
"NOYFB" is a riot, changing pace and direction like a scuttling roach; it's Halo in microcosm, generating and discarding ideas at will. Sci-fi phasers obliterate the itchy, disjointed rhythm of the intro, before a brisk vibraphone motif kicks in. The most unfussy of the quartet, "Sex Mission" combines brutal kicks with hyped techno beats, trickling keys and a spanking, pitched-up groove. Culled and then cultivated from her live set, these tracks have the dance floor in their sights, but with a skewed focus.