"Be There at Night" is more straightforward, possessing a similar feel to "Overlay," Paul Rose's recent joint under the SCB guise. Helmed by yelps of tensile synth, it thumps along to no where in particular, feeling more like a tool than a fully-fledged track. On the other side, the eponymous cut is steeped a little further in Boris Bunnik's dub-heavy past. At times, he lathers elements so vigorously in delay and reverb that they obscure the track like a swarm of angry bees. It's not just the effects that recall dub, however; the lead motif is constructed using that oh-so-popular steely synth. Moving along in asymmetrical leaps, it imparts a more lasting impression than "Be There at Night," but still lacks the spark found in Bunnik's best tracks.
In contrast, Gesloten Cirkel's remix is full of fire. Opening with a Kassem Mosse "enchilada"-inspired vocal, it moves quickly into a spindly and unusual string melody. Repeatedly climbing the scales over a walloping beat, the sequence has a faintly Eastern feel (Middle or Far, I can't tell). It's not clear where either of these key elements came from, but the end result is strong enough that most people probably won't care.