First up is the Winter Solstice Mix is a pretty dark and driving affair, moving along very nicely with a moody and sinister baseline. Vocal effects keep the mystical vibe of the track in tact for the most part as does the smooth and deep breakdown midway in. I must say this is quite a solid production mainly due to the very tasty low end sounds and solid drums.
The Darius Syrossian Solo Mix is a pretty interesting and unique upbeat mix. The beats are very solid and somewhat muffled, especially due to the fact that the percussion and surrounding sounds are often effected and filtered. There is a huge baseline that rides underneath the track for the most part and also a pretty funky interlude late on adding to this very vibrant production.
Finally the Summer Solstice Mix closes the EP off with a mix that has seen very strong support from Hector Romero in particular. To be honest it is a very nice remix, featuring smooth sounds and intricate percussion and an all round summer vibe. It closes off a very tasty release from Wallop that continues to see their form as a label rise and rise.