The first of three percussive tracks, 'Perc 12' opens the EP on an eerie tone utilising primal patterns and tribal timbres; providing an organic, intricately carved backdrop to the rest of the release. Each with their own nuances, all three percussive tracks give a deeper insight into Scrase's output through complex polyrhythmic arrangements. The title track 'Another' layers similarly rhythmic wooden percussion into a more regimented structure, bolstered with bone-rattling thuds and topped with warm tropical tumbles. The track's dance-friendly framework is offset by Scrase's impulsive twist on the traditional techno blueprint, craftily playing with the listener's expectations. The Lakker remix of 'Another' heightens the hypnotic nature of the original, slicing the percussive elements into grainy syncopated rhythms bristling with a feral industrial edge. 'Movon', the first track on the B-side, instantly leaps into action, with huge 808 kicks and tight percussion providing the backdrop to a razor sharp, shapeshifting bassline. Using stripped down, barebone elements, Scrase create's a truly original hybridisation of styles, a hallmark which is consistent throughout his work.