Eddik is first up and it is a very smooth outing thanks to some nice quirky percussive elements, a smooth set of pads that flow effortlessly and a nice vocal sung throughout most of the production. Very nice without overextending itself, not that it really needed too as the end result is quite enticing.
Muskat on the other hand is quite raw and gritty, thanks to some strong electro synths that bounce throughout the production alongside some quirky tapping percussive claps. The track warms up with some nice pads and some eerie stabbing effects and it flows quite nicely throughout its 10+ minute outing.
Quite a nice release here with very smooth productions that are sure to please.