Stelahr’s single Starz takes her listeners on a journey that’s continuously evolving dynamically and rhythmically. This variation of Chillwave begins with no percussive elements and almost whispering vocals. This transforms with every transition to another part of the song, with more instruments joining the arrangement. By the second chorus, we have a backbeat in halftime, when she sings with the tremolo effect, building anticipation for the crescendo. The outro then incorporates kick patterns on every quarter note, creating a sense of urgency through an even and repeated rhythm. Consequently, Stehlar’s arrangement and vocal melodies achieve a linear sense of progression, making listeners feel like they’ve moved emotionally from one place to the other.