Track one is Jester (After Hours Mix), a deep and trippy ride of wobbly beats and creepy soundscapes. Minimal throughout the course, you find that the track fits the scope of something Warp would put out, and at times, you’ll wonder why didn’t they pick up Miller for their label. The mix blends perfectly for the afterhours indeed, as it has that whole 4am fucked up sound going on - simply dubby and dark, and that’s the good thing about it. You’re not dancing; hopefully, you’re not taking drugs because this will fit as a substitute instead.
Track two is Venutian Dancer (Darkside Mix), the upbeat, four-to-the-floor cut that looks to grab a hold of the crowd. Vocal samples built around the concept of sound echoing to give it the tribal push. Unfortunately, the track goes nowhere and relies heavily on the sfx’s to entice listeners. Nothing is overdone, yet, nothing really happens for the entire length of the piece.