"The Happenstance" is a weird little piece, with atmosphere generated solely by a trembling, uncertain pad. Above, droplets of acid splatter onto a canvas of tinny vintage drum hits. "Body to Body," on the other hand, replaces this elemental sparseness with constancy. A thumping kick and droning, faux-industrial bassline remind strongly of the tracks on last year's Fünf compilation. It's easy to miss the hidden subtlety—a melody composed solely of bass, which hugs the more repetitive bottom-end sequence tightly.
At two minutes long, "Breakdown" hardly seems worth mentioning, but then, it's pretty quirky. Thick, bassy drums are juxtaposed with more of the tinny kind, while hi-hats chime in and out at very unexpected times, sometimes even truncating one another. Meanwhile, more acid pans rapidly from ear to ear, strange but pleasing. And that's probably a pretty apt summation for the release itself, too: strange but pleasing.