Donato Dozzy's remix of "Nonneo" excises the congas and suffuses everything in a layer of echo and fuzz, flipping the original's perky outline into a wearier shape. Towards the end, he unleashes a beautiful sequence of tones, some incidental synthesizer puttering away far away in the distance; they flare up and are gone before you even know it, but the whole mood of the thing has changed, however imperceptibly.
On "Accumulated Acid," Tin Man takes the acid line from "Nonneo" and etherizes it, slowing the tempo to 75 BPM and concentrating on the frequencies that emerge from the lengthened decay time, fleshing out the spectrum with synthesized strings and real-sounding clarinets. It sounds like a combination of vintage Plastikman and Aphex Twin, trippy and bright-eyed all at once, as naive as Boards of Canada on a cloud-watching jaunt. After the anti-gravity anomie of "Space Case," on his last album, it's almost a relief to find out that Tin Man can be such an unrepentant softy.