The different instruments on "The River Bend" make me spin. It's a perfectly designed track that's neither too long nor too short. Elements come and go throughout, not one is overbearing.
Subculture and Rachel Chinouriri collaborated around a conversation on unconscious biases towards groups of people different from yourself. "The River Bend" is specifically crafted to evoke an unwarranted threatened feeling that arises when walking past kids hanging out on the street.
When you listen to the song, and take into account that these two aimed to portray a riverside inner-city street scene, the track becomes even more impressive -- because that's exactly the vibe it gives off.