The four songs on Clear are full of with asphyxiating bass pressure, camouflaged in stringently minimal-yet-rudely physical electronics. The sullen, ætheric swagger of "Clear Cut" carves up from the front, placing Taylor Burch's gaunt vocal in acres of warehouse space for 10 minutes. "Do I Dub" sutures the wound with sheer bass pressure alone. "In The Clear" has a stylus troubling sub-bass molded into a dead-eyed, grinding come-on. "Clear Cut" reappears in a truncated Radio Edit upping the techno canter and condensing the vox for closer, cocksure effect.