The lead track, "Galactic Leash," continues the Hollagramz pedigree of mystification and nostalgia. The whole track sounds something like a ancient puzzle, waiting for the listener to unravel the mystery, but never offering enough clues to do so. While a synth layer flows across the track, it never comes off as too clean, instead relying on the occasional detune or bitcrush to remind you it's being made by a human, not a machine.
"Smoking Mirror," however, comes across as an erratic, shape-shifting robot song, touching down for mere moments before morphing into something else entirely. It has some of the daydreaming aspects of the first track, but the shifts make it feel more like a catnap than a full blown dream.
Neither of the two tracks are as head bobbing as some of Hollagramz's previous work, but both are standouts in the catalog for their own reasons. It's only a slight tweak to the its typical sound, but its different enough to take notice.