The best of the three harder-hitting tracks is "Eastern Bridge," a ruthlessly effective 4/4 cut with pile-driving percussion and ghastly atmospheric stirrings. "Eastern Structure" is a lean, moody stepper topped by terse synth riffs. "Northern Structure" is another rock-solid 4/4 track that checks all the right boxes stylistically, but sounds a little too similar to previous efforts (I couldn't help thinking of their first record, Self Similarity).
Overall, the most intriguing moment here is "Northern Bridge," which has a deep, introspective vibe (and a drawn-out intro and outro) rarely summoned by the duo. Its stripped-down, slightly swung drums don't charge forward like usual; instead, they're a foundation for tense, trebly synth tones and discretely tweaked-out effects.