Gnosis Of Wolfers, Photonz's Crème Organization debut, emphasises his strong command of rhythm, but aspects of it are catchy, too. "Gnosis Of Wolfers," as the title suggests, channels Crème's resident synth lord, Legowelt, via urgent swells of melody and harsh ambient noise. "Ceremonial Acid" uses similar elements, but stretches them over a broader canvas. A metallic bassline bends into this extra space, providing a more inviting frame for reverb-dipped voice notes and decaying laser sounds.
"Sad Mania" is the most explicitly melodic track, but it's still kept within Rodrigues's spartan parameters. At first, the notes bubble gently to the song's surface in isolation; but when they eventually cluster, the melody suddenly comes together. "Filterhatz" places hi-hats centre stage as they fizz and crash over a chain of acid squelches and a distorted, organ-like synth. Finally, the digital-only "Basik" unnecessarily adds strings to the record's distinctive overall palette of bleeps and drums.