Lengthy A-side "Now On The Ocean Sky Only Knows Back In The Mountain Is Where It Goes" is touted as a big moment for Ludwig, mostly because it includes his vocals. But it's really just a serviceable club tune, full of springy drums and webbed basslines. Those sounds occasionally make way for ethereal vocals that sound like they wafted over from a Bob Moses rehearsal, feeling more like a gimmick than a carefully considered expression.
The flipside makes Im Kloster worth picking up. The title cut is bold, skating on a downcast chord progression that coats the background in warm, autumnal colours. The percussion's moreish skip really sells the track, with complex but intuitive drum programming that outpaces the A-side. "Fizmo Theme" is even more approachable, full of shiny, hi-tech synths and filtered drums that wade through thick atmospherics. Like the best moments of Ghost To Coast, Im Kloster's B-side speaks to how much personality Ludwig can cram into pared-down frameworks.