The happy-go-lucky swing of "Avalanche" could belong to Bicep or Ejeca, but there's also a sense of danger to it. The synth lead hums from beneath, biding its time until bursting out. Between that and the saturated vocal samples that occasionally swarm the beat, it's a versatile tune that never sounds exactly as you remembered it.
"It's Alright" is, well, just alright. It replaces the barebones chug of "Avalanche" with a cheesy bongo groove, but redeems itself with big foghorn bellows and call-and-response vocals. Sebo K weighs himself down with his own restraint here, teasing a climax without really getting there.