The Original Mix is quite an emotive breakbeat production. The beats are not too intense with the vocals and smooth and subtle piano lines being the main focus. The nicely arranged strings and smooth baselines work well with the changes in vocal tones, indicating how well produced this track is.
The a-side also features some vocal accapellas for those who are willing to put the vocals to good use.
On the flip is Lo-Step’s High School reunion of 95 Remix. Now when Phil K and Luke Chable get together it is always a shit hot and exciting prospect. This remix is no exception. From the word go the beats have purpose and the baseline that rides underneath the track is exceptional and really gives the track a great flow. The vocals are worked to great use for the first half of the track, before the track takes a different direction midway in. The breakdown sees the vocal go solo, and after that, the beats get muddled and twisted for a few minutes, slowly introducing a real highlight of the production, a massive string induced conclusion. It is clear to see why this is called a 95 remix, as the last few minutes are a flashback to the days of stunning string patterns and pure emotion. Brilliant.
EQ hit the spot yet again not only with the nice and soothing original, but also with the purely innovative Lo-Step mix that you can’t help but adore.