The King of Cool Remix is up first and it is a very gritty big room production. Guitar riffs take control of the track early on giving it a good drive that is soon accompanied by some smooth baselines that combine together very smoothly to create a pretty peak time driving house effort. A smooth breakdown features some delicate vocals, and the track really hits it peak once the beats come driving back in.
The Original Mix isn’t as driving and peak time as the remix on the a-side but it is just as smooth and effective. The baseline is quite massive and heavy, and the beats a little more intricate and tribal. It is quite a solid production that rounds off a pretty good release here on Wallop.