Powerful experimental club music with hints of house and techno.
SiS draws on both ballroom's syncopated energy and techno's hypnotic minimalism. Tracks like "Intervention" and "Flight At O'Hare" carry the agitated tone of Infiniti's previous productions, but the EP is generally more subdued than you might expect. "Inside Me" and "Wat U Gon Du" have a clear house influence. The latter is particularly impressive, with a disembodied voice moaning over a mutating loop for about six minutes before warm, mournful chords break the tension.
The EP, Infiniti writes on Bandcamp, "is a work of very personal and emotional thematic material. It's dealing with my experience as a black trans woman in this new era." SiS evokes the feeling of radical celebration present in much of what Infiniti does without leaving the manic energy of the club too far behind.