It all gives a Lynchian dazedness that's shared with "Sound Hug," but the open gaps between the parts on "Sound" are filled with fuzz and reverb. It's smoother and more driving. "Spill," meanwhile, has an incessant riff which dominates the mid and bass ranges. There's no kick in sight, as what sounds like Miles Davis playing electric guitar is stretched and distorted above. After a number of careful listens, I'm still not sure if it starts speeding up just as it's almost faded out. It's not like it really matters; by this point, any frame of reference is long gone anyway.
Daniel Bortz, who released an equally as drowsy EP on Suol earlier this year gives "Sound Hug" something of a half-hearted wind for his remix. It's driven mostly by rhythmic midrange tonality, but introduces a teasingly brief and syncopated bassline near the end. Till von Sein heads back into wider-bottomed territory, giving a slinky undercurrent to dazzled pads, an I'm-sure-I-know-what-he's-saying voice and the most complex rhythm on the EP.