The opener is a dubwise bubbler, with spaced-out keys, free woodblocks, shuffling hi-hats and elastic 303 bass. Atmosphere Breached is more jazzy and messed-up, running funky organ through sizzling FX, syncopated handclaps and filtered groans.
The flip is dancefloor-trained. Our pick of the bunch, Verano is in a dark, hissing, aqueous world of its own, chugging and stomping, with relentless tambourines, crunchy filtered tribal drums and detuned horns.
Heads down to close: lost voices and a 909 kick, chattering hi-hats and rattling percussion administer the licks.