If SoundCloud plays are any indication, “Party People” is so far the EP “winner,” so start with that. Bullfrog synth bass, synth horns, “what!” sample hitting on the ones—all building in a way you don’t quite realize it’s even building till it’s too late and suddenly there are horns on horns and vocal cuts chasing each other around, and the beat’s turned into a not-quite-mess of skitter and snare. It’s fun and decent enough, but seems to amalgamate a lot of things currently being, uh, amalgamated by pop-dance (the drum-lining of Dutch bubbling house, maybe). “Alien Nation” is leagues cooler, taking Say Wut’s unique interest in vocal sample-bending to a new place, turned it atmospheric even. That’s right, “Alien Nation” is only marginally a club dance track, and actually more in line with Blaqstarr weirdness minus the R&B hints. It’s hypnotic, with sung vocals lying on top of the mix, more snare pattern but cut with filling-rattling bass pounds, and generally an opposing approach to repetition than that of “Party People.” The cuts are back to back on the EP and whether it’s intended to mean something or not, it feels rather like innovation in process.