The "Pulsating" vocal-synth effect guides throughout a timeless 8 minute time travel. Classic funky 808 Drums beating and snapping inbetween a minimalstic, yet dense sound fog leading to a surprising climax and heavy, funky bassline. Deep and trippy, light and heavy at the same time. Thoughtless Music boss Noah Pred continues with a brilliant interpretation of "Pulsating". His prominent, thick and catchy bassline dominates and pushes like there's no tomorrow. Extremely dance-y drums and hypnotizing synth line make it an all situation dancefloor bomb! "Strip Down" brings back a non-trendy, classic "minimal" aesthetics with a modern flavour back into the 2012 game without sounding over done. Easy sounding drumcomputer programming let bodies shake in the strobe light and sweat while being nicely intimidated by a deep, driving low frequency bass thrust. Somebody's gotta do it! The bonus track is "A New Home, Another Planet", a sci-fi string and film orieneted pompous piece. Emotionally big and tearing, this 2 minute drum-less, vibey reflection of miro's deep and Blade Runner loving side closes this four track e.p..