Gabber with a twist.
On tracks like "Padang Galaxxx," which speeds up past 200 BPM, and "Kon," the drums are nimble. That's the key to the duo's music, which is fast and heavy but rarely bludgeons. Take "Semeton 10 Ton." It's the funkiest and heaviest track, switching from an almost reggaeton lilt to a gabber thrust with blasts of militaristic horns in between.
The instrumentation encompasses various traditional instruments from woodwinds to strings, which also lends the group's style of gabber an unusual flavour. Several of the songs reference Indonesian culture, including the demon "Genderuwo" and the folklore witch "Calon Arang." The closer, "Sangkakala III," is the latest in a series of Gabber Modus Operandi tracks that use a conch shell like a trumpet. It's among the group's most alluring and approachable songs.