The original mix is the slowest and least lively, but it's held together by spacey Casio keys and an intoxicating buzzing sound that should work wonders on a good set of speakers, while the alternative remix has the same groove as the original, cocktailed with a deeper, more dramatic sound.
From the word go, Yoshi Chandler’s remix suggests its going to give this track its all – and it does. Housier for the party heads, this mix spices up the original with a vocal, effects and even a didgeridoo-esque bassline. Elsewhere DJ Each and Kid Dub weigh in with electrohouse remixes, but they do little to add to the original. The former has all the finesse of a Super Mario Cart soundtrack, while the latter goes nowhere slowly.
But the standout here is the sublime Leon Roberts remix: melodic but intense deep house that strips back the electro elements and leaves behind subtle build ups and a sensual rhythm. Highly recommended.
'T2' is well worth a listen. Its various mixes are already being flogged by Hernan Cattaneo, Funk D’Void and Desyn Masiello, but the Leon Roberts one is your best friend.