How much better? Let me count the ways: 1: "Here Are Caught White Falcons" begins with space noises, and even when the band kicks in, the noises continue, and get even spacier. 2: Things are smoother than on Time to Echolocate, with Sara Cassetti's drums acting as the prog-rock glue holding the songs together. 3: On "Here Are Caught White Falcons," both Sam Tsitrin and Roshy Kheshti's vocals blend, which cuts down on the slickness of their individual voices. 4: "Alaska: Lost and Found" has the lyric, "Turkey vultures, leave me alone." 5: The reverb on Tsitrin's vocals on "Alaska: Lost and Found" gives the song a weird Elvis Presley feel, but then Kheshti's Farfisa comes in, and it's back to being spacey again. 6: The microbeats added to the remix of "Body and Soul" make the song a lot less jazzy--in a good way. 7: The remixed "Framer Framed" now sounds like hip-hop. 8: The whole EP shows The Ebb and Flow settling comfortably and confidently into their own sound.
While Time to Echolocate doesn't really inspire repeated listening, Here Are Caught does.