Both "Elevation" and "ENO-UGH" are wonderfully atmospheric yet confidently insistent, each setting out on its path with a lone kick drum and warm, panoramic synth tones. "Elevation" grows continually denser, and there's an edge-of-your-seat feeling as its percussion and synths build and then merge into silence before the late drop. "ENO-UGH" is a slower cut of immersive, ambient-ish techno. Here, sticking with just one kick and a few low beeps as propulsion, Moffa carves out deep and darkly reverberating spaces, then assembles a towering array of fluttery, emotionally charged synths.
Those two original tracks each come accompanied by a shorter version. As you might gather from the name, "Elevation (Beats)" turns up the drums and lops off just about everything else. It exposes the gritty inner workings of Moffa's sound, and it's a nice little jam, though at barely three minutes long, it's also kind of a tease. "ENO-UGH (Recital)," on the other hand, drops the percussion and drifts further into epic, windswept ambiance, completing with a flourish a very fine record from Moffa.