PQM meets Luke Chable vocal pass
Starting off with a thick bass drum and aggressive percussion, an eerie vocal is reworked with a drawn echo effect. As the mix moves along solidly, a bone jarring bassline whoops all over the place as it takes it into dirtier ground. The talking vocal makes its first appearance, not too sure what the message is here but its low tone suits the bass heaviness. The light melody sprinkles over the sustained synths while the tight drumming keeps the toughness to this glorious mix.
PQM meets Luke Chable dub pass
The dub gives the solid production center stage and stays very similar to the vocal pass. The breakdowns are more noticeable as the swirl static around effortlessly then drops back into the very devastating bassline.
Dave From Dallas + DJ Redeye vocal pass
If deep and dark is your flavour, then this remix by Dave from Dallas and Redeye will certainly get your blood pumping. Quirky sounds and dirty beats this what this is about as the minimal bassline drone away while your driven along a very dark road. As the track nears the climatic breakdown, the vocal gets the loop treatment and then a shattering alarm bell rings out, scary I know, as the bass kills anyone who is light hearted. Warning: should be taken seriously.
Dave From Dallas + DJ Redeye dub pass
The dub pass moves into lighter ground with the light melody coming into play from the outset. Keeping the bassline from the vocal pass, we are treated here with a very solid mix of dark versus light, but I think the dark does come out on top. The high hats interact nicely with a low-end melody as the breakdowns goes almost silent except for the low thumping of the bass drum. The eeriness returns as the move back into the groove is sudden. Great reworking here.