Ambivalent teams up with Michael Penman to bring us two stylish tracks that definitely push the envelope forward in terms of finesse and, of course, production. The title track is up first, letting a buzzsaw bassline do all the talking before some major acidic action starts taking place. Housey vocals balance things out while busy hats provide the momentum necessary to carry such a load.
On "That Noise" we get a more sparse approach, however there is still some acid in the air rising over the shuffling rhythm section. Discordant electronics are sprinkled throughout, and the focus slowly shifts to the mystical riff that will resonate through the whole affair.