Admittedly reticence has never been a problem for KiNK. Though his version of the album's title track doesn't scale the heights of, say, his remix of Deetron's "Out Of My Head," it puts Odell's soporific original through a similar wash. The hookiest elements are beefed up, the organic drums and chimes are given a more electronic polish, and in the final third he teases in a euphoric Detroit synth line that puts the track firmly in peaktime territory.
Andre Lodemann's remix of "Towards The Seer" is dubbier, opting for a more early-hours atmosphere that, at first, seems content simply to roll meaty subs beneath minimalist synth flickers. But then comes the breakdown. Lodemann takes elements Odell employed as mere texture and layers them, slathers them in reverb, and then brings back the opening bassline that, recontextualised, crackles with new energy. Where the originals were shy of development, these remixes revel in their final acts.