From the Silent Ballet: Anchors begins with the slow-paced, gentle 'In Gold' that develops volumetrically into ''In Rust.' By that, I mean that ominous static hissing is elevated and morphs into lighter noise. 'In Silver,' the longest piece at nearly twenty minutes, vacillates between buoyant high and dense low pitches in an ever-present, icily desolate soundscape. The pulsating chords of 'In Gray' beat in and out, the abrasive noise dissolves at time but collects at the center of the piece; this is the only song with dramatic volume and timbre shifts. The quiet moments fade down into a whisper presenting a more environmental dose of distortion resulting in the decay of sound.