"2000 Miles" gets underway with a punchy kick coupled with a stuttering hi-hat and snare, which are eventually joined by melodious synth and basslines. Together, they tick along nicely before being joined by an oscillating third layer. After a brief break in the percussion things really pick up, seeing Landsky embark on another multi-layered synth excursion, with even more attention paid to the bass and drum dynamics.
On the flip, "Naked" stays relatively subdued, adding an Eastern-tinged electronic layer to a deep bass groove and sporadic vocal. The result will most likely be reserved for post-9:00 AM sets. Rounding out the package, "Monitor One" returns to peak-time territory, serving as the EP's most instrumentally stripped back track. All the attention is on the snappy drums as they entwine with a chanting and echoing vocal, giving DJs yet another healthy tool for their Landsky arsenal.