The first track of the EP is titled Jinger, which can be translated to body. It opens with a muffled, distorted drum and bass rhythm which phases around the stereo field, building up until it drops with the entrance of a heavy back-beat. The riff is reminiscent of The Prodigus, a group that have voiced their support for Muzis sound. It is instantly clear as to why people would tell the South African that his music was very violent given the intensity of the kick drum within the mix. It pierces through all in its path, and without the use of a snare alongside it, evokes the feeling of aggression.