I see a grip of EOD tracks, I buy. Simple. One of my fav Rephlex alumni holistically homegrown sound & sequence wizards. A lush lord, a 24 speed frisky gear spinner, a hoot and a holler and a warm bass ‘n breaks breakfast in bed bewildering tapestry of sprites and wingdings. A melted, hot-tip prod into a padded gymnasium fashioned with chutes, ladders and inter dimensional strobe foam pits. And there’s a doorman along the way to provide the obligatory steamed towel and mints. Amor Fati
Questionmarks stands quite unusual next to EOD's other stuff(what I have listened to) with a more tense and a different feel. As usual the rhythm- phrases or layers are really listenable on their own and then the harmony that comes from the soloing bit still works for me. The tension or pace makes it sound better.
Hard to say which my favorite track, All 6 are pretty good. sumgui