Review: It sounds like KIA is adhering to the 'KISS' (keep it simple, stupid') principle here. Irrespective of the approach, the results are highly effective. "El Commandante" is reminiscent of Poker Flat's interpretation of Chicago house, as a stripped back, jacking groove provides the backdrop for a repetitive vocal snippet. It's basic and uncomplicated, but has an unquantifiable charm, expressed through its subtle relentlessness. "Trip to Weasel Land" is more musical, with KIA deploying tasteful keys, but the same approach applies here as well. KIA again forges a repetitive rhythm and a vocal sample - this time it's a man exhorting the listener to 'take no shit' - for an intoxicating combination.