"East Cost / West Coast" is deep, rolling techno with plenty of drive. Surging bass drives the track along with cylindrical synths firing with mechanical repetition. Lulled into a hypnotic groove which is exaggerated by distorted vocal snippets, suddenly the track explodes with more weight and cranking mechanics to create a jacked up soundscape. Owing it's dub-like atmospheres and ghetto-funk attitude to each cost in equal measure, the tune encapsulates the sentiment of the USA's underground.
"The Duke" is more stripped back, relying on punchy beats, a driving bass bassline, skipping cymbals and squelching synths. The atmosphere is deep, dubby and intense, initially letting the listener settle into its pace before indulging in swirling FX work to create a trippy but heads down attitude.