'All The Time' features sounds and innovative juxtapositions that came from live take experiments using semi modular/modular equipment like Mother 32 and Dfam and Moog Sirin. Jessy says 'We got all of the machines talking to one another and would run patterns through. A lot of the little burps and quacks and squiggles heard on songs like 'Anyone Around', 'Like Fire', 'Face', and 'Badly' are from those experiments. That's when I'm having the most fun, making music and improvising through takes of the song and editing together all the best gurgle sounds afterwards'.
More than previous albums, the lyrics on 'All The Time' became an important focus for Jessy too, channeling the negativity of anger and frustration arising from some significant changes in her personal situation into the text. These lyrics sometimes process raw feelings, which aren't obvious to begin with, but are soon felt, standing in stark contrast to the cushioned settings of the music.
'All The Time' has ended as a triumph and an abstracted diary of a sometimes difficult, but enduring friendship and creative relationship, and it's their best work yet.