Vienna duo Oberst & Buchner meet their fate with 'Moira' an exclusive four tracker whose name derives from the Greek goddess 'Moira' and means 'fate' or 'fortune'. The EP's eponymous track is built around an energetic synthmelody that is present from the start while in the course of time various elements such as snares and claps are added. The guided infinite journey into one's fate ends when Moira decides that one is left to one's own devices and synthmelody let go of its structured patterns. Detmolt's remix focuses on the melodic elements of the original but creates a cleaner approach by adding a more housy baseline. The EP's second track 'Amabeha' starts rather rhytmical before oriental soundscapes sweep over them like a Scirocco and release the strength of a the downtempo vibe in combination with Eastern influences. Cologne producer David Hasert decides to speed up the original track adds slightly more power to the baseline and ahead of this builds in repetitive synthsounds that smoothly go with the aforementioned changes to create a dancefloor oriented version and completes the EP.