On the a-side is the Saworiginalscandal Mix. From the outset it is clear to see that this is a different approach for Satoshi. Acidic sounds meet a strong drum pattern early on as the sleazy vocals of Uta Dare soon take control. The track maintains a solid flow throughout with a little cheeky melodic hook being the highlight. The vocals get affected which helps build the track, as does the bouncy baseline deep into the track. Interesting to say the least.
On the flip is the Sawdubbedscandal Mix. The vocals are obviously less rife in this mix, however, there are many elements that remain intact. The vocal effects and cheeky hook feature throughout as does the baseline that also makes a strong impact deep into the production. Essentially it has the a more structured layout, but not too much different to write about overall.
Not a bad release by SAW. Uta Dare’s vocal adds a twisted approach on things and this track is sure to be suited to the dancefloor rather than the home DJ setup. It’s a little bit different, which may be a welcome ingredient for many, or perhaps just a warm up for the very excellent Cass release which is due up next on SAW.