"Jen High" glints with pleasant Rhodes loops embedded in itchy hi-hats and a stuttered bassline, creating a subtle rough-smooth contrast that Gou employs nicely. Dust-caked hand drums, click-clacking like a busy typewriter, swing around the groove's more mechanised parts, which is how "Jen High" edges past its peers.
On "When Round, They Go," Gou filters out an acid melody to highlight the space around her gummy percussion, where tones and bleeps ricochet and fade. It sounds bleached in spots—saturated with sound in some places, drained of colour in others—which is an interesting technique, even if the song isn't strong enough to sustain it. Terekke radically redesigns "When Round, They Go," moistening Gou's drums and retrofitting the beat with Basic Channel-esque dub and downtempo jazz fragments. It's nowhere near as forceful as the source material, but its gentleness is more persuasive.