This is a very wacked out release. The vocals throughout are manic and pitched up in an uncomfortable way. Along side these is rhythmic noise and samples, some very clear unprocessed samples and some vocal samples to further continue the weird edge this puts me on. Sometimes it slides out of being rhythmic, but most of the time keeps a consistent beat.
Despite it being so unnerving, it doesn't take itself to seriously, but that doesn't change much, at least for me.
Untitled is very digital sounding and genuinely unsettling. This is kept up for a stern twenty-two minutes and fifty-five seconds, so sit through it if you're looking for a long, strange and uncomfortable piece of media.