This time around, they've once again linked up with Ripperton's Perspectiv imprint, the label that hosted their Sebo K-approved single last year. However, the two originals found on Yours & Mine exhibit a marked departure from the duo's bass-heavy reductionist tech house of 2009. Opting for a warmer and more layered sound, "Gracefully Yours" steadily builds with a choppy vocal that smooths out with the addition of some soft pads. Switzerland-born Agnes provides a bouncier rework, cutting out much of the chords in favour of a bigger kick and plodding bass.
On the flip, Gregers and Damborg take charge of a short piano sample on "Mine To Keep," taking it all the way through in tandem with a dubby bassline. Stimming then takes this one further into tech territory, bringing his typically organic groove and bumpy drum programming to the table for what stands as the highlight of the two reworks in this package.