It is that fine Original Mix that gets things going with some solid chunky tribal beats. Soon enough a smooth driving baseline enters the track, while nice percussive elements ring. The percussion then takes off with a good set of high hats, and by this stage the track is well and truly in full swing. Some nice atmospheric effects towards the middle to end of the track give it a nice soothing aura, and they add quite nicely to the overall track which is very nice on the whole.
On the flip, I must say, that 16B keeps many of the original elements that worked quite well on the a-side. The beats are very similar as are the baselines, however, there is a noticeable increase in the mid range sounds and atmosphere. Not a bad mix by 16B but one could blame for asking for something slightly more diverse then the original mix.
Overall it’s quite a solid release for the ever consistent Sex on Wax label with 2 pretty solid productions that offer very smooth chunky house.