Watt mothballed his house and electronica label Buzzin Fly last year, but it's now been temporarily revived for an EP of remixes based on his recent (non-dance music) album, Hedra. It's likely that Watt sees the two protagonists, Charles Webster and Ewan Pearson, as like-minded souls. The former shares the same melodic, deep house style that Watt purveyed as a DJ, and the latter is an old mate who put his DJ duties on hold to produce Hedra. Webster's lead remix of "Golden Ratio" is enveloped by underwater beats and steam-engine hisses. There's eventually a little music box refrain that leads it somewhere darker, while the dub foregrounds its kicks and percussion. The "Golden Retouch" isn't a huge leap from the album's John Martyn-esque original, but with the simple addition of congas and chimes, Webster moves its location from the original's UK-feel to Ibiza.
There's barely a cigarette paper between Pearson's two re-edits of "Nathaniel." The Berlin resident adopts a more contemporary approach on both, part cosmic disco, part psych/analogue stomp, and as such they're likely to find favour in an eclectic dance floor setting.