All of Mechatok's Bala Club tracks also feature Uli K on vocals, so See Thru's five instrumentals can initially sound a little bare. Thematically, they pick up where Elusivo left off. As he develops this sound, which orbits pop and R&B, Mechatok moves away from his old trap-inspired beats towards something that works in a club but feels more sensitive and melodic than many of his peers. In fact, one of the best things about Mechatok is the way he embraces softness, like the synth strings in opener "Toke" or the padded chords of "Linked." Sounds of glass are more likely to sound like chimes—as heard in the title track or "Placer"—than shattering foley effects. It's a welcome escape from the sonic signifiers of the scene he comes from.
While almost every track features a keen sense of melody, "See Thru" and "Never Told U" especially imply some serious musicality. Mechatok's EP still has a bedroom-made feel to it, but to have found an individual voice so early in his career is impressive.