The first two tracks of Dettmann Remixed are done by Norman Nodge, Dettmann's longtime friend and frequent collaborator. Much like MDR 05, this EP shows Nodge to be a master of dark interludes: in terms of sound construction, his tracks are very strong, but at just over five minutes each, and consisting of little more than exceptionally vivid drums, these tunes work best as a bridge. "Shift" is the more charismatic of the two, with funky hi-hat patterns and weird, psychedelic underpinnings, while "Unrest" is more of a peak time DJ tool—nothing too memorable, but good for keeping a heavy vibe going.
On the B-side, Wincent Kunth gooses a bit more color into Dettmann's austere arrangements. "Vertigo" is a deep and breezy techno track, with layers of strings strewn across a rugged bassline, revealing a production style that, despite lacking Nodge's audiophile appeal, is more emotional and easily engrossing. "Wound Up" takes a dryer approach, pairing a galloping techno beat with a simple, dubby synth part. Like Nodge's latter remix, it's a nice DJ tool, but holds little value outside of the club.