Both the "Machine Groove" and "Machine Build" versions of this single are dance floor ready. The former has a steady pumping beat and foregrounds the fat bassline for a slightly lower-pitched take on ravey bleep dynamics. The latter, a housier variation, emphasizes the vocal with plenty of reverb, punctuated by handclap snares and hi-hats.
Vocalist Pete Simpson emotes believably enough, but his somewhat flat tenor sounds a touch dated, evoking an era at odds with the production quality. And while both tracks are well-made and driving enough to function as intended, the differences between them would probably only be noticed by devoted fans. It doesn't seem that a newish project by an aging niche artist merits that kind of discernment yet.