"Twilight" is one of Callander's more enjoyable productions, but not because it's necessarily easy or funky. With so many disparate elements, the arrangement is incredibly intriguing and the stabbing kick drum is barely able to rein in the sounds shooting off in every direction. Tornado Wallace takes Callander's beats, ambles through a cosmic introduction and lets loose with a groove of his own crafting. With so much material to work with, TW has done well not to get carried away. Alexkid styles an immediately upbeat track, but it fails to go anywhere. Without the daring of the original or the narrative of TW's remix, the B-side seems more like a tool than a track.
The venture into vinyl will definitely grant Haul a new level of credibility, locally and internationally. It's not a 12-inch that will blow you away, but its production alludes to a promising future.