Each of the EP's three tunes feel like a whisper at first, but their force becomes apparent when you play them loud. The title track, essentially a single pulsating bass note and a repetitive chord progression, is the most impressive. The occasional sound effect or clip of vocal adds to the heady mood, but the track is mightiest when it's at its most reduced. It sounds like it's built with cobwebs, but it will blast a dance floor like any heavy-duty banger.
The two tracks on the B-side are equally ghostly. "Flowering In Threes" teases a rhythm while mechanical whirrs and water sounds shade it with the same ambiguous mood of "Your Kiss Is Sour." Then there's "My Beautiful Fantasy," which is like deconstructed DMZ—the bassline quivers like a Mala record while the synth trills out an eerie melody. It feels supremely off-kilter, almost ominous, all without rising above a murmur.