Striving to break the restrictions of "Genre Labels", Bomberclawd's Spiritual Entitlement EP embodies the ever-changing dynamic of the electronic music game. Disco Night (Original Mix) is a future bass anthem with it's upbeat and dancy moombahton-house style introduction and drop, that later develops into a hybrid blend of melodic-style 808 hits and jump style kicks, perfect for controlling that "festival" crowd. The second track of the EP, Sugartab (Original Mix), is a much more downtempo chill tune, with influence from both the booming future funk movement and the more spiritual side of the glitch-hop scene. Intercourse And Discourse (Original Mix) finds its way onto the EP as track number 3, swelling with influence from the electronic trend-producer's realm, classical dance chords, and a heavy hitting drumstep-influenced rhythm. The final track, Spiritual Entitlement (Original Mix), represents the past, present, and future bass music, calling important attention to the roots of dubstep and why we all should cherish this music. The Spiritual Entitlement EP breaks the rules of traditional electronic music styles by incorporating multiple influences into a style that will be seen as truly "future classic".