Oddball house from the American Midwest.
The first two tunes have shades of post-dubstep. "Return From The Sky" has a nasty bassline, while "All Night Long" is a cascade of arpeggios and breathy vocal samples. Its sound is dizzying, with sudden changes and unexpected turns. Elsewhere, Galvin bathes his tracks in melody: the breaks on "Loudspeaker Situation" bob up and down in a pool of cosmic synths, while "Bass-Biology Interface" is like Ploy or Batu on happy pills.
Then there's "Waterbody." It might be the archetypical Davis Galvin track—because it's so atypical. It's a house tune that feels like it's trying not to be a house tune, with rolling drums, crisp synths and funky, exotic sounds that combine for an oddball rhythm that could have been made for a forest ritual. It's a weird and joyous moment on an EP that sounds like its main goal is to make you smile.