A1. The Caller
B2. It’s Too Late
The main focus of the Ep, as name implies, are the vocals, expressed differently for each framework of the 3 tracks.
A1 is a typical Costin’s crunchy minimal bouncer where the attention is constantly drawn to the wide frequency spectrum covered by the processing of catchy vocals that perfectly dialogue alongside glitchy fxs, falling noises and bright and immersive melodies in an organic communication to get lost in.
B1 is a straight-forward banger with astronomical vocals that take you on an intergalactic trip into space between the solid bass line and the continuous swinging of frantic brasses and stabs in the lower frequencies and fancy shrill synths surrounded by sharp percussions and high pitched sounds in the higher ones.
Finally B2 is an introspective journey, where delayed deep vocals, extended pads and resonant melodies become hypnotizing, the bass-line is rough and the kick and the clap are woody, typical of a trippy minimal style.