The music itself lives up to this delicate presentation. Traumprinz likes dramatic vocal samples, something that made parts of his album Mothercave a bit awkward but that really works this time. Though just the right side of cloying, the title track and "I Gave My Life" are both disarmingly sincere. On "All The Things," a heavy deep house groove charges forward while an unsteady male voice croaks what sounds like, "Don't cry, even when the road is hard," soon followed by a house diva who adds, "I'm gonna do all the things." On "I Gave My Life," a submerged melody creates a feeling of epiphany, while a man gives an account of suddenly becoming religious after years of recreational drug use. It's a moving story (whatever your beliefs) and, in the mostly atheist and drug-taking world of dance music, a provocative choice (you have to wonder what effect it would have on a dance floor when the talk of acid and ecstasy suddenly gives way to "we need to give our lives to Jesus").
The other two tracks are more understated. "Messed Up Jam" is early morning music, but not in the party sense—this is the soundtrack to you alone in your apartment at 5 AM, with a gentle beat nudging sad chords reluctantly forward. "Let It Go" is a subtle ambient piece comprising little more than flickering keys, a windy swoosh-ing sound and Buddha Machine-style drones. Altogether, the record is somber, entrancing and certainly some of this intriguing producer's best stuff yet.