Bok Bok's remix reflects his recent fixation with the spartan aggression of ghetto house—admittedly, always a central pillar of the Night Slugs sound—stripping the original back yet further into an angular, dystopian banger. Somehow, decluttering the groove makes it all the funkier, while Bok's crafty percussive switch-ups keep the momentum high. Most striking, though, is the aura of evil that permeates the whole thing—the dissonant string pads and oddly reverbed background percussion, in particular, evoke the sinister intentions of the darkest grime.
Finally, New York house eccentric Willie Burns supplies the odd one out in his "Freedom" mix, a thoughtful slow-burner which, like much of his output, is scrupulous in its subtlety. Still, for those looking to wind-down after the more high-octane shenanigans elsewhere, its gently flickering background drone and oddly mournful melody will make for a satisfyingly deep listen.