I feel like mentioning the term 'minimalism' here but in a way, that wouldn't be very correct. While you get all the necessary elements to make this a classic post-rock album, there's a sense of solitude present, something dreamy, cinematic perhaps and certainly less overwhelming than some of the heavier acts in this genre. I quite like that, it feels real and personal, something I've always admired in one-man acts.
I would definitely recommend this ep to any post-rock fan out there. The four tracks here are brilliant pieces of work, varied enough to remain interesting and immersive enough to enjoy several times in a row. To be honest, this album is going into my relax-playlist, which is loaded with ambient, jazz and gentle post-rock. It will fit right in there, even though closer 'Round Window' is a pretty fast song.