The compilation album leads off with Fulbset and PEACE MAKER!‘s “My Fault,” a bone-shaking, ominous track engineered around simplicity and a bass line that walks around in the low end. Damaged Goods‘s “Style” takes to the grittier side with a grungy synth and distortion. Rollerz & Cave Studio‘s “Dea” gets playful with with an energetic vocal sample that shouts “dea” while getting edgy with a hip-hop infused break halfway through.
ASDEK‘s “Let Me Tell You” motivates you with an uplifting vocal and atmospheric synths and pads. The drop synths are quite playful, while a whining synths parses through here and there. Gosha‘s “La Mour” goes into the dark side with mono-placed synths and wide stereo effects. DUSTYCLOUD‘s “Reckless,” Rique‘s “When I Go,” and ToMix & JC Ordonez‘s “My Garage” pull into the bass vehicles into their respective garages and close out this eclectic Alchemy IV compilation.