The strongest track on this vinyl is undoubtedly, "To There". This is a deep, dark, swirling number that rises and falls over 13 minutes without ever fully kicking. Like Berry's excellent, "Fillertet 2", static is cleverly used here. It enters slowly and constantly builds before being complemented by a deep post-acid riff. Unlike his first release, the static never really takes over, instead moving in and out, all the while remaining the track's driving engine. For the majority of the piece, we are much more interested in the journey "to there" and it is only around the 10 minute mark that it seems like we reach our destination, when the track becomes much lighter as the static and bass finally depart, leaving us on higher ground. This could be an extremely effective weapon in the hands of the right DJ.
The other two cuts here feel like B sides. Both are solid numbers, but neither really grab your attention or have the sheer impact found on Berry's strongest efforts. "For a Moment" seems like an attempt to recapture the magic found on his first 12", but doesn't quite succeed in this endeavour. It is a deep, funky track, almost reminiscent of something you might here from someone like Marco Carola. In this track, static is present, but remains on the fringes. "Sigh" is the most up tempo of the three and rolls along nicely but fails to fully develop. It is funky without doing enough to really capture the listener.
This is a pretty good second attempt from newcomer Shane Berry. Of the three, "To There", is the only standout track, but it is strong enough to merit serious consideration. His very subtle and strategic use of static makes for some tracks well suited to causing serious damage on the dancefloor. Berry appears to be one to watch.