There are plenty of remixes, and on balance they work well, taking elements of the original to places you wouldn't have expected. Adopting a more straightforward tech house stomp, Sei A goes for bitcrushed corrosion, subtle acid and a heads-down groove of hard toms and tinkling bells. Paul Woolford takes an old-school acid route, with a guttural bassline and flashing, searing cymbals and claps; the melancholic lead serves as the perfect segue to an inspired piano passage at the track's climax. At first, Matthew Herbert doesn't seem to do much more than drape a layer of cheesecloth over the source material, but as new chords and a new vocal take a hard left, he manages to turn the song on its ear.
Turbo artists Gingy & Bordello deliver the EP's secret weapon. It's not rocket science: the rhythm chugs like Superpitcher or Chloe, the vocals are looped just so and the details are gratifyingly dubbed. A pinwheeling synth lead is what sets it all off, and beneath furrowed brows, the eyes widen, reflecting blacklight acid fireworks.