"Sandman," for example, has a typical tech house shuffle, an understated background hoot and a whirling, ascending motif. But not much else. It's got Eastern mystery flavours, falling sick with the classic "good intro loop stretched over an entire track" disease. Fat horns and attention-grabbing congas make "Longdrink" wobble more, and it's more successful as a result, with screwloose organs and a demented mess of clacks and samples.
"Loop Back in Time" is a title which refers to its retro stylings, with disco strings and a glowing mass of synths. This one's fuller, and there's more going on, which is a good thing, but again it doesn't offer very much that we haven't heard before. Another loopy number, "Tony's Riff" has a short, repeating set of two chords which would be better if they were more sparsely distributed, but soon take over the track. Apart from that, it's lush and pretty, like its companion. While these two are usually good at producing solid, salt-of-the-earth style tracks which stand out just the right amount, this isn't the best thing they've ever done.