More goes on here than in any Skudge wax, though, and rather than bare repetition, it's a narrative sonic dynamism which keeps you enthralled throughout.
"05" in fact sits somewhere between Lerosa and Omar-S—plenty of pinging cowbells, endless synth ripples and an overall tension between soft, smooth sounds and the more jarring percussive edges in-between. The globular "06" has a bleeding acid bassline, steamy male groans and proto-melodies that vanish away to a blissful future-retro infinity somewhere off on the horizon. On the flip side, ''07'' is a frictionless deep space jam that voyages far on gentle drum tumbles and voluminous kicks. Somewhat unavoidably, Detroit looms large as celestial chords ring out above, but tweaks on various MIDI knobs mean the drifting neon synths all around shape-shift in their own delightful ways. "08" closes the vintage anthology by getting a little loose and wiggling its ass à la Deep Space Orchestra.