The EP begins and ends with striking interludes that sound built from the spare parts of Pan Sonic tracks. "Harbinger" is all physical—flashbang drum hits and serrated waves of low-end—while "True Lover$ Knot" is ethereal, pushing a harsh sample deep beneath a drone until it's all more soothing. Compared to the sketches of Pattern Of Excel, these tracks feel imposing.
Warmsley also shows off his love for hard and fast drums. "Thot Enhancer" rolls by like apocalyptic trap, with ticking hi-hats blown out to crunchy extremes and a woodwind synth that seems to gasp for air. But it's "Further (With An Open Mouth)" and "Necq," two dips into fire-and-brimstone breakcore, that ultimately stand out. The former is complete and utter brutality, lashing out with Venetian Snares-style breaks that sound chewed up and corroded. Focusing on the neurotic precision of drill & bass, the brief "Necq" pulls drum samples apart into microscopic pieces. Thot Enhancer isn't a landmark release in Warmsley's catalogue, but it shows he's still capable of shocking and unsettling us.