Techno for a deep level of hypnosis.
To Adiel's credit, she often nails it. "Anatomia Del Cavallo," "In Tokyo" and "Melodica" are among her tracks worth seeking out, while Musicofilia, which takes its name from the 2007 Oliver Sacks book Musicophilia: Tales Of Music And The Brain, has other strong examples for consideration.
For me, "Rednight," tucked away on the B2, is the EP's pick. It's the one with the subtlest temperament, but after a breakdown reminiscent of progressive house, the bassline shows it had menacing intentions all along. "The Call" also plays with contrasts to satisfying effect—if it's not too pretentious to say, while absorbing its taut groove I found myself imagining good and evil spirits dualling in a cathedral. "Vanishing" and "Musicofilia" are more direct. Of the two, the bellicose bassline of "Musicofilia" stands out, especially as a spectral string part takes flight above.