"Winter Night" by Invisible Men is probably the EP's strongest track. It struts along with an aggressive swagger, boasting sharp hand claps, chunky bass kicks and a pitched-down, incoherent vocal hook. Once this arrangement has carried on for a bit, a tight high-hat pattern drops into the mix, further boosting the track's fierce driving rhythm. This leads into "Almeto on 303," a campy interlude that pairs an ominous pulse with a clip of Hamlet muttering his last words: "The rest is silence." Not too exciting on its own, but good for a weird dance floor moment or a mixtape outro.
On the B-side, The Shippers and EMG take the energy level up a few notches. The former artist delivers "Beauty," a raw and galloping deep house track that barrels forward with weird vocals and a single smooth chord. EMG's "Spreading Love" is even more raucous, with hectic strings and a thudding beat that eventually give way to a reeling, distorted vocal clip, repeating hypnotically ad infinitum. This is the EP's most rave-ready offering, but all three songs would slip neatly into a peak-time DJ set, despite their messy levels and floppy arrangements. Based on this debut release, LiveJams could easily be this year's favorite cryptic series on wax.