Contemplative, but never melancholic, rather with a positive mood, the tracks diffuse an overwhelming lightness and radiate a lighthearted happiness, which are manifested on an incredibly emotional and spiritual level. With the simple and classic black and white artwork the two releases from Sahraoui balance eachother like Yin und and Yang. The second part of the Eternal Life EP has a very different background than the first EP. It is the white Yang of these two natural opposites, contrary forces that are interconnected and interdependent. The record is significantly calmer, less clubby and references the beginnings of the Detroit sound. "I wanted to give it more spirituality, musicality and roots with the choice of the sounds. Going back in the past and transcribe everything with visionary fusions," Sahraoui explained.
The songs were created in his studio at his new residence in Valencia, Spain. His visit to Detroit In 2014 was the inspiration for these tracks. Similarly to the first part of Sahraoui's release, the current release displays typical elements from Detroit‘s classic sound. Finely Intricately and wonderfully worked orchestrated sequences and string sounds take the audience on a voyage through space. Thanks to the songwriting‘s depth of the songwriting, the tracks don‘t lose contact with the ground. With their production and arrangement, the are full of very detailed and carefully crafted.