"Magico Disco" is, as Smagghe puts it, "delirious, vocodered fluff." It's a rollicking seven-minute confection awash with sun-bleached trance pads and weaving synth lines, finished with an over-the-top vocal exhorting the transportative properties of some unknown discotheque. Tel Aviv's Red Axes contributes a slightly slowed take on the original with added synth flashes that doesn't fall far from the tree.
The wealth of additional tracks in the package could almost make it a mini-album. The heavy vocodered fug of "Castel" is "Magico Disco" after one too many bumps of ketamine, while the wandering bass riff on the spacey instrumental "Voice Chord" resembles a muted version of the one that anchors Daphni's "Ye Ye." "Rockstep" and "My Sisters" are both grittier iterations of the Margot sound, the former a kraut-touched slab of machine-funk, the latter a brooding clatter of snares, bass synth and Burial-like vocal snippets.