The B EP starts off with the wistful Wandering Daydream but ends with two dark tracks — Dirge de Dub and Eat Yer Face.
Wandering Daydream is a little dub-ish, a little glitch hop-ish, and all Haplo. With its counterpoint melodies, acidic bassline, and trippy precussion, this track has a unique groove.
Dirge de Dub "is quite creepy" and a stark contrast to the opening Wandering Daydream. The deep bass of Dirge serves as a great introduction to massive bass of Eat Yer Face.
Eat Yer Face continues the "eerie" theme set by Dirge but shifts the focus even more to the bass line. The bass in this track is so massive it'll Eat Yer Face.
Also included is an Ableton Live pack that contains two instrument racks built from my Moog Slim Phatty presets used in Wandering Daydream and Dirge de Dub. You can view a demonstration of the instrument racks at www.youtube.com/watch?v=uLmDb7yrGT0