The entire EP is filled with earthshaking bass rimming and awesomesnares and glitchy synths. Some of the tracks are a fusion of hip-hop and bass, with title track “Everyone Sounds Like” and “Vitamins,” which both contain thick basslines and bouncy percussive elements. There are also more freeform bass track that features crunchy bass waves and the occasional hiccup of alien warbles.
Mindset told that “I wrote most of this EP in response to losing my laptop. At the time I was completely devastated – it took awhile for me to come to terms with the reality that all of the music that I ever made was gone. As an artist, losing my life’s work felt like the end for me. But In hindsight this loss was the catalyst for ‘Everyone Sounds Like’. The name ‘Everyone Sounds Like’ started as an ironic joke, it isn’t all that deep. Most of the names of my songs spawn from the emotions that I’m feeling, places I’ve traveled to or a city that I wrote the song in – like Brisbane. Sometimes it’s just an ironic phrase like Riddim For Punkz; a name Kyle came up with while trying to describe the track we had just made as we danced like hooligans in his bedroom.”
Enjoy the full EP below.