Luca Murgia has a sound all his own; he really like tom-toms and spacey flourishes, and everything lines up in his grooves so the body can flow freely. "Assembly" has a jerky tom rhythm and a spritely bassline that injects energy without disturbing the flow. "Future Window" has those toms again, but in the background, with insistent keys and a bassline that pulses rather than bounces. "Tasks" takes the template from the other tracks and gets it so drunk it almost falls apart, with a wildly twisting bassline. At the right moment it's a gnarly ride that'll drive people crazy.