Inspired by what the press release describes as a "divine moment" watching DJs Rashad and Spinn, "Deflourished" is a slow-burner riddled with African rhythms atop a half-step beat. It lacks the freneticism of its influences, though, opting instead for something more subdued. That's understandable from a producer better known for elegiac house tracks, but it results in a rhythm that only lifts in moments thanks to the odd flourish—an 808 sub that clambers up the octaves or a sudden sizzle of hi-hats.
"Behind Closed Doors" is a straightforward Dutch house jam infused with vinyl crackle and percussion that sounds so grimy it might have been dredged out of the river Amstel. Though not particularly attention-grabbing, it will probably find a second life once the house DJs that picked up "Deflourished" give up trying to crowbar in footwork where it doesn't quite fit.