Starting with Sasha’s favorite Portherhouse man himself, Steve Porter’s Mix is fast and furious with all the flashes like a spiced-up Honda Civic. Percussions raging with the drum chimes clapping to build for something wild with Singer Johanne Williams vocals speed up slightly to give the impression of time warping just a bit, never getting a rest. It’s fun and a bit mindless, but when you’re dancing and sweating all night, I doubt you’ll mind it at all.
Micah’s Only When I’m Visible remixes comes in two forms, the Vocal and the Instrumental. Listening to the remixes, you’d think it was more like Steve Porter’s remix part two, or maybe its Micah’s remix part One. Either way, it’s good to know that the both boys know what clubland what to dance to as the remixes deliver floor-stompers to crowd dancefloors.
Truz’ Even When I’m Not Looking remix goes towards a different direction than the previous two. A darker tone, this breakbeat inspired remix feels closer to the original version with beefier breaks and a sliced-up Williams to envelope the listener with a wall of sound. The remix is like staring at a darken tunnel with a bright yellow light, and all you’re doing is waiting to see what it is that’s coming towards you.
When you get to the Dub of “I See You” you can’t help, but remember all the spookiness of the track and why it was certainly one of the highlights of “Afterhours 2.” A mid-tempo-downtempo gem for sleazily club goers, the Dub captures Williams intoxicating voice perfectly to numb your body into nothingness.
A strong release to say the least with Porter and Micah’s remixes going hand-and-hand with Trusz adding a bit of afterglow with his remix to complete the single.
*Pick of the litter, the spooky Original Dub