There are nods to reggaeton and hip-hop on this high-spec techno EP.
5 Party Mix is as bold but more fun. Aussel applies his fresh eclecticism to a tight EP that explores a variety of tempos with a surprise dancehall influence. You might not pick up on that last part, because the style has been pulled apart and rebuilt until it becomes a set of kick-heavy bangers. That is until the B-side's "La Pulga," which moves into reggaeton with Spanish-speaking samples, heavy vocal manipulation and a hard-edged take on a dembow riddim. There's also a reference to what's usually associated with chopped and screwed hip-hop in "The Terrible Effect Of Purple Drank," as deep and wobbly sub-bass wades through synth ripples and heavily processed fragments of broken beats. It's hard to tell what Aussel is getting at with this garbled mix of stylistic markers, but it works.