Unpredictable but sometimes bloodless club tracks.
The rest of the EP conjures a steely palette and austere inflexibility. "Local Fame" and "High Hopes" are blunt beats that pump like industrial machinery. They might work better with something to soften the blow, but a lack of tonal sounds alongside these bare, hammering rhythms means the tracks come off aggressive yet bloodless. I end up craving a splash of color akin to the expressive squeaks of 2012's "Geffen" or the brawn of those power chords.