The chunky beat and smooth vocals is what Llorca’s Cuminda Club & Dubindaclub offers in the early stages. Twisted electro synths and patterns soon make their entrance to good effect, giving this remix an 80’s style vibe. The 2nd half of the track which is in effect the dub combined into 1 giant track, takes the vocal and minimises its impact, and as a result focuses on the electro sounds and effects. A pretty nice reworking from Llorca for those that like the retro electro sounds.
The quirky beats and dirty sinister techy baselines is what the Brett Johnson MTV Europe Mix is all about. The vocal works brilliantly with the baselines and smooth and funky beats, and what is special in this production, is the way Brett tweaks the baseline to work with the tones of the vocals. Dirty Funky goodness by Johnson.
A little quirkier and bouncy is what Brett Johnson’s Blotter Special Mix is compared to the earlier MTV mix. The vocal still works well, but this mix is nicely tuned towards the sounds and effects of Brett’s repertoire. One for the quirky tech house heads that like their track off centre.
A nice remix package using two good producers that work the original vocals and sounds of the original to great effect. 2 thumbs up for Llorca and Brett Johnson.