Despite boasting an existential title, veteran producer Ramon Tapia's debut on Drumcode is the opposite of introspection. The title track is a thunderous affair built on a throbbing bass and pounding kicks that support dramatic melodic sweeps. "Song of Sirens" sees Tapia go for a deeper approach and features swirling synth lines, but underpinning these musical elements are dense, tribal drums. "Screwdriver" is more typical of the Drumcode sound, as Tapia fires off bursts of white noise against the backdrop of intense bass drums, while he rounds out the EP with the soaring hooks and ghostly vocal samples of "Hold On".
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