When "Worship"'s exhaling pads come into earshot, they immediately bring Detroit to mind. It's the EP's humblest but most memorable track, with a gentle skip, mild melancholy and a simple elegance. "Stranger" has a similar magic, weaving samples together like silken tapestry, while a vocalist, Alyson Faith, hypnotically belts out phrases. It emphasises Harris's knack for live instrumentation.
If the A-side is Harris pulling back the elements of his sound to make straightforward dance music, then the B-side is where he flexes his jamming muscles. The low-key downtempo of "Wayfaring Man" is a moment of contemplation, though its crisp drums and overcooked vocals might veer too close to acid house for some. "No Fear" is jacking and gentle, with a refreshing mix of sweet strings, musclebound drums and a thick bassline. It shows how a little musicality can go a long way.