Four cuts of retro-tinged house.
The choice cut is "Forgotten Encounter," a track that combines chopped-up Amen breaks, old-school chord progressions and a UK garage skip. It sounds like deep house with rave influences. The title track isn't far behind, with an insistent descending bassline atop slippery drums, finished off with an 8-bit melody. Both tunes are playful takes on retro-minded house, as if Dickow reconstructed old records from memory. There's a similar feeling to "Monsterzellos," which sounds like a roughed-up Strictly Rhythm record. "Looks Beautiful From Here" is the most direct homage to early '90s rave. It has the least to say but it suits an EP that's all about fun.