At first glance, the title track is workmanlike deep techno, with trippy vocals and a glassy synth that moves in elliptical patterns. But it soon becomes unexpectedly funky, turning the stiff steel of the first half into something more rubbery. Those tactile textures return on the standout track "Drama C," where big, bold drums recall the best work of Adam X. The crispy handclaps she adds are icing on the cake.
"Mathew I Got Your Shakers" borrows its titular instrument from a session Govor had with Mathew Jonson. Though it only has one small element, the song bears Jonson's personality, which shades some colour into Govor's monochrome. It wiggles as if it can't stay in one place for too long. Along with the more upbeat, tribal-influenced remix from Akkult boss András Tóth, it's a more house-oriented approach that shows a new dimension of Govor's sound, letting in some light without losing too much of the darkness.