The EP is then taken over by Blawan cohort Pariah. In line with the Scotsman's clutch of emotive UK bass-leaning sojourns with R&S, this is techno that effortlessly mixes the hard-hitting with warmth. The main remix begins with jangling percussion that sounds like some wild tech fantasia on a dancehall riddim. It's carried through the track, later joined by crashing cymbal slithers and elephantine synth swells that slosh from one side to the other.
There's not a huge change in Pariah's dub version—but it wears a slightly more deranged grin in comparison. Noticeably darker, that riddim is now whacked through some distortion FX while underneath a cold, spectral wind blows through it. Another entry in an increasingly impressive body of work for Arthur Cayzer.