The Original takes in the sins of pure tribal house with rhythmic drums and rumbling baselines. A sultry, moody spoken vocal insinuates some rather sexy thoughts and movements while the minimal percussion and continuous deep baselines keep the mood even deeper. The light sprinkling of effected piano chords add a lightness but isn’t enough as the track breaks into a very minimal breakdown with only the spoken vocal to please. Very sexy and teases all the way through.
Picking things up, London 909 deliver quite a unique remix, utilising a more solid house sound on the beats side while combining a freaky array of synths and affects. The vocal is taken down a notch and affected while high and low end synths act as melody, baseline and all round madness. The sounds are continuously bursting up at you as the production is brilliant in every sense. A great synth-laden breakdown gives this track that one point better and be sure to look out for this remix. Hot stuff.
The Southmen featuring JZK remix is another great side to this impressive release. Moving into a more tech house arena with tinges of tribal fun, the mix utilises the same devastating baseline along with quirky sounds and layered percussion. A low, stabbing melody is introduced mid way while sustained deep synths create a slight uplifting feel. This is a great interpretation in every sense.
This release is just top class. All three tracks are just so different but retain that common element, but it’s the level of production that will have people flocking here.