"Slow" is the first thing Hahn has done that really captures the casual majesty of the R&B he loves. The Ciara-like vocal from Rochelle Jordan slides effortlessly through the chorus, and the track has a satin feel to it. "Open," featuring a few cherry-picked vocal phrases from fellow PMR signee Ryan Ashley, trades in the R&B for new age aesthetics—like a cross between "Porcelain"-era Moby and Disclosure, the track's descending bassline is hard to resist once you get past the gushiness of it all.
The other two cuts are nowhere near as distinctive. "Breakin" pairs a knock-off "Coma Cat" bassline with swooning Kerri Chandler synths, more an assemblage of deep house clichés than a song proper. And, as the only track without vocals, "Getting There" feels so slight that it almost feels pointless including it. "Getting There" might as well be the title of the EP—though "Slow" and "Open" show Hahn's personality starting to peek through, the other two are so perfunctory that they feel like they came off a deep house assembly line.