"Encroachment" and "Get Ready" both ride wiggly subs through filters that veer between shrieks and growls, occasionally supplementing the low-end workouts with a flash of pad or, in the latter's case, a call-and-response synth line. "Memory Flash" is more sweeping, its simmering riff threatening to boil over as it's buffeted by claps and kicks—it evokes of Carl Craig's "Sparkle," but without the emotional clout. All the originals are neatly executed and so polished they gleam, but they feel like they're building to a pay-off that never quite arrives.
Fred P's take on "Get Ready" is typically deep,. It emerges in a flurry of echo, its hi-hats and snipped vocals chasing each other through subterranean bass for the EP's most interesting moment. Everything else here is functional, and deserves its moment on a 4 AM dance floor, but ultimately Mosher might need to lose the hometown blinkers.