The more I know gets a distinct sumsonic flavour on the A side with a Paul Rogers remix taking off from the start with a pensive groove that's brought on by neat percussive rhythms and a subtle bassline which is added to by another as a melody develops through the use of mystical flute sounds. While this is happening a gradual build of vocally synth patterns alternate with the melody producing the result of notching it up a level. Events are slow moving but the overall effect comes to fruition in an unnoticed way, blossoming at the break with blissful female vocal cut and soothing pads to create the high point.
On the B side is the Original mix which comes as a peakier dose with tougher beats behind a scene of atmospheric pads and delayed hits bouncing off each other as underneath a deeper side begins to creep through.A sparkly rhodes melody emerges from in between the mood as proceedings break with the slightly energetic melody bringing the energy back up.Nice.
Its may not be as peaktime as we've heard before but its another strong offering from this Portuguese imprint that leaves the door open for where you want to take it in a set.