It's difficult to tell. 'Shit Happenz' is a bass-heavy groove punctured intermittently by synth stabs which is probably best suited to the warm-up or could make a good set opener. The breakdown's the best thing about it though, and once that’s built up some momentum it's much funkier and more driving.
'Brunchpunch' again uses a bassline to good effect but lacks the airiness of the title track, instead using wistful, far-away chords and effects to create a nostalgic, cold-weather throb. Finally there is the reworked 'Smokemachine', which is the best of bunch. The drums are muscular and the cavernous effects which arrive every few bars envelope the fragile piano nicely.
All in all it’s steady stuff. 'Smokemachine' is my pick, but there's enough breadth on the other two tracks to suggest that Jaxson has what it takes. A slow burning EP that shows promise.