The same could also be said of, say, early Omar-S 12-inches. Some shared qualities are worth noting: interlocking grooves, gritty sound and a big impact drawn from just a few elements. They're danceable tracks that never feel over-produced. Eraser On The Dancefloor is sometimes funny and weird in the way Posch described, but it's not too out-there. Across various club-friendly styles, her individual voice emerges.
Eraser On The Dancefloor gets more intense as it goes, though its path upwards is more of a zig-zag than a straight line. The title track, drizzled with Posch's whispers, is a mysterious and slightly trippy opener. The following track, "Gentle," has a completely different charge—tart and playful, it has a buzzer sound on every beat.
Attitude is another important part of Posch's music. Eraser On The Dancefloor's final A-side track, "Wake Up New Life," captures this best. It's a snappy hybrid of electro and techno with chopped vocals and booming kick-clap percussion. There's also a memorable line from Posch, who sings: "I woke up and I realized / that I love my life." The drum pattern is equally likely to stay stuck in your head.
Eraser On The Dancefloor's club sounds, whether sweet or aggressive, suggest considerable craft. Speaking about the album's range, Posch said: "This was really important for me because as a DJ I play techno, and I wanted to show the world my little secret I kept for years." At the moment, Posch herself is a secret as well, but after such a modest and striking debut, she may not remain one for long.