When listening to Orca, Attack! you will hear two distinct sounds combined, though in some ways it can feel as if there are three. On one hand, the first sound you pick up on might be that of electronic folk swirl. There are vocals in here, though not within a traditional way as it feels as if they are being run through a filter, but there still does exist that layer of melody where you can hear what sounds like an acoustic guitar strumming along with more electronic vibes, something which perhaps Flaming Lips might do.
At the same time as this, spoken word vocals can come through which talk about C.M.S.O. and the words can be easily manipulated. They happen to start off and carry on throughout the second track as if through a robotic filter. Then the other aspect of these songs comes through with a little bit of glitch, some beats and an overall feeling of space. This has that quality where it could be an instructional tape but at the same time it feels like a horror story set in space. The two elements combined definitely make it worth taking a listen.