Introversión is substantially odder, and Gamarra's will to be weird feels natural. He takes risks, especially on "Ansias." In the opening passages, he sets up a bittersweet pad bed and builds effortless movement with a weaving bassline. Then the first breakdown swerves toward sensory overload as a matrix of jabbering machines overtake the mix. It's intense enough to turn some away but as the bassline reintroduces the intro's minor key, it all comes together. The title track isn't quite as dazzling, but the bass movements are similarly effortless, supplying interesting rhythmic punctuation and a moody harmony embellished by wispy lead lines.
The B-side is just as strong. "INTP" takes a chunkier, electro-leaning route, pairing dry, overheated drums with deep space twinkles and a background pad. "Vrmdrm," perhaps a reference to the Vermona DRM1 drum machine, is the EP's most paranoid tune. Where the other tracks have rays of light, "Vrmdrm" goes full space cadet, with wonky bass and splashy drums creating a stomping but inviting groove. Although some of the tracks would have worked without a pad or two, Introversión is perfect tackle for weirding up the dance.