Vynehall says the hip-hop and funk tapes his mum played in the car, particularly the compressed feel of the format, inspired the EP, evident in the woozy, granulated sound that envelops it. The Legend Of Zelda-inspired "Inside The Deku Tree"—which threatens to blossom into life but tantalizingly doesn't—segues into the skipping, mournful house of "Goodthing." The muted strings, dubby synths and restrained percussion of "Be Brave, Clench Fists" is reminiscent of Pépé Bradock's "Deep Burnt"—it's certainly as grand and opulent.
The purest dance floor moment is the throbbing neo-garage of "Piers Children," its hammered chords stuttering like a stuck CD, while "It's Just (House of Dupree)" pivots celestial synth trills and a jutting vocal snippet around a low-key, jacking groove. The title of "Christ Air" is surely not coincidental, its rich, lounging bassline sounding like a Moon Safari refugee. The sun sets on the EP with "St. Sinclair," a swooning, analogue-soaked downtempo track. In Music For The Uninvited, Vynehall has created one of the most eclectic and rewarding house records you'll hear all year.