"Dirty Disco" and "Re Funked" pull together all of Swing's favorite ingredients: sandy hi-hats, white-hot snares, warbly disco samples and skipping, overdriven kick drums. Both tracks are bright, funky and, when that greasy low-end rolls in, pretty massive. The B-side takes a slightly different tack. "Madman Groove" trades the grainy sound for something more crisp, pairing a bouncy, garage-style beat with a thick, rolling bassline. A series of samples float in out of nowhere—first a pitched up vocal ("talkin' 'bout your troubles—, talkin' 'bout your troubles—") and then a smooth, ascending synth melody. Both feel somehow unexpected when they arrive—something that could perhaps be chalked up to Swing's "live" approach to production.
A B2 through and through, "Raw Twist" borrows from EMG's more sinister sound palette. This one offsets a queasy loop of shakers and upright bass with the urgent hi-hats these guys do so well, forming a murky and aggressive bit of house noir. It keeps pace with the rest of the EP, while proving there's more to Swing than straight-up party vibes.