This finesse results in a psychedelic feeling that's not often heard in such hard music. The title track's stuttering kick drum is the kind of thing you'd hear after peak-time has passed, the dance floor still busy but in need of some rest. But this tune is too good to send you to the bar—it's going to burrow into your brain. "DROW" is more abstract, which means it's hard to imagine it getting much DJ play, though its gurgling low-end begs to be heard through a proper soundsystem. "OWDR" and "ROWD" are more playable. "OWDR" is SHXCXCHCXSH at their most functional, laying paranoid chords over a simple four-on-the-floor kick. "ROWD" is deep and spacey, with bleeps and tones that shoot off in random directions. It's another well-crafted track from a duo who harness rhythm to balance hypnosis and brute force.