"What's Her Name Again" has a skippy garage beat, fitting in with post-dubstep probably, "What's My Name Again" slides around in tempo and "The Drift" and "Monte Sacro" both chug progressively. They're all underpinned by a steady house beat, but that's about all the tracks have in common. The moods are similarly variant, generally coalescing around sweetness. Things get quite experimental, (wildly, in the case of "What's My Name"), with textures created from myriad shards of sound. Alongside the iridescent sounds, melodies and harmonies, it's a precious combination.
It can get to be a bit too much of an effect-fest sometimes, with knob-happy tweaks appearing for the sake of general invigoration rather than serving a more direct purpose. This makes it all sometimes feel like a sound in development: experimenting, but not having learnt all the lessons yet. Nevertheless, plenty of kudos for it, and in such neat combination with beauty and playablity, it'd really be boorish to complain too much.