With such goopy, romantic surroundings, too much rhythmic activity might get distracting. Or so you'd think. Schatrax slides a hi-hat into the mix and quickens the synth in his rework, making it sound almost a bit like a Daso original in the process. (Sprinkle a voice moaning about "daybreak" over top and you'd be there.) It’s also the best thing here.
B-side 'Brazil to Detroit' takes both ideas (slow-moving synths, slightly revved-up drum programming) and does little with them. That said, it's the most propulsive track here, which makes it an excellent tool for an enterprising DJ. Drop something massive after this—it's a building block, not a capstone.