The latest in a long line of Villalobos vocal tracks, the "Inretro Baby Rmx" lays a nasally refrain from the little-known Canadian artist Beaver Sheppard over a rhythmic bassline and percussion that steadily builds in intensity. Villalobos has the golden touch when it comes to choosing vocals, so Sheppard's whine—like Jorge Gonzalez's goofy Spanish on 2009's "Baile"—slots into the percussion, wailing over the leaner passages while taking a back seat during the busier sections.
The "Hastenix Und Obenix Rmx" lands closer to the sludgy sound of Villalobos's only other significant release of 2017, Empirical House. The bassline is muddy and the singing is more ethereal, which creates a heady atmosphere. There's a hint of classic house in the spoken vocal—not heard in the A-side—buried in the mix, which livens the mood when it takes centre stage alongside the sampled guitar in the second half. If the "Inretro Baby Rmx" was the happy bomb, this is the drift into space.