Stabler tracks often reference grime and hip-hop. (Zuli has made beats for Arabic MCs as Swag Lee.) Grime-like loping kicks underpin "What You Do," where they take a periodic dousing from IDM chords. "Bow!" has hip-hop's halftime slouch and cone-busting bass, getting more unhinged until disintegrating in the breakdown. Zuli's breakdowns are often Salvador Dalí-style meltings, surreal moments of illogic from which his tracks never fully recover. "CommProto" is techno, albeit fashioned from martian dust.
Throughout these tracks voices work as bizarre punctuation, entering in crowds, shouting and babbling in a strange alien tongue, and leaving just as abruptly. Zuli foregrounds the technique on "She's Hearing Voices," a set piece for processed choir accompanied by gaseous Actress-style chords. His singers seem to be backmasked, pitch-shifted and granulated all at once. Every now and then a tortured sounding "yeeeaahhhh" erupts from the confusion, issued from a throat no human could possess.