The jewel in the crown of this promising EP, offering a glimpse into his much anticipated forthcoming album is the eponymously titled lead track "Growl's Garden". For the 1st time integrating the use of processed otherworldly vocals bedded with a frosty, crystalline melody, organic analogue riffs are distilled into winter atmospherics. This is music for the outdoors, yet as Chris has road tested, also a devastating dancefloor track. This maritime themed EP with its Nordic sea town titles such as "Seaweed? and "Distant Father Torch?, conjures up images of crashing waves and men battling against the elements. Tracks that reflect the steely silver of Berlin, the city where Chris wrote the material, they sample the sounds of boots treading on snow and rocks roughly thrown together to form the urgent basslines that run throughout. The lead track "Growls Garden? features haunting vocals from Chris himself.