Rap duo Eulorhythmics (Adad and Kenny Keys) creeps up on listeners, sneaking up like a beam of sunlight peeking over the windowsill on a weekend morning. But that isn’t to say they’re pussyfooting around on Extended Play; Adad kicks verses over Keys’ soul-slathered, slow-starting beats, which gradually percolate, sounding funky and like a less-symphonic Foreign Exchange. Adad’s lyrics can sometimes sound like he’s rubbing the sleep out of his eyes-his flow is buoyant, bouncing over standard-issue beats, but it’s also filled with standard-issue wordplay. With tighter lyrics, this disc could really make a mark.