The rowdier tracks come first. Brief intro "Olchon Flows" offers a tantalising taster of diva samples and grumbling Reese bass. "Lockner Union" follows with its menacing 4/4 chug, over which melodies skip like pebbles across roiling surf. You sort of expect it to get massive halfway through, but the brothers keep the breakdown pretty demure.
That same feeling—is it disappointment, or just surprise that they didn't take the easy route?—is induced by the remaining tracks. "C-Life" is an SND-style stutter-scape that ends way too soon; "Winged," with its boomy beat and dreamy chords, could be a nostalgic banger off one of the Shed LPs; again it seems to hold back. On the drumless closer, "Programmer," shimmering synth loops build to a euphoric peak. Like much of the EP, it's an arresting idea that could've been milked a bit more firmly.