"Raining Again" (almost a clichéd title for a Mood Hut track at this point) has all the goodies we've come to expect from Pender Street Steppers. There's a boogie bassline, pitter-patter drums and a sunny guitar that recalls the swampy Disco Mantras album. "Molto Bene," a fan favourite that's been floating around for a while, has a carefree whistling lead and a rhythm section that sounds like it's out for an afternoon stroll.
Two of the tracks, "Blackboard" and "No Need," hint at the duo's origins in the Vancouver indie rock band No Gold. The former's brash lashes of post-punk guitar and gremlin vocal sample are especially silly, albeit funky. That leaves "Mirror (Dub)," a tasty morsel that explores the dub influence that runs through the Steppers' sound in a new way. Drums echo and wah-wah melodies sneak in and out while chords hang thick in the air, a transition from house to skank that feels as comfortable as everything else Jutson and Butler do.