Comparisons to someone like M.I.A.—Sub Static, not XL—are unavoidable, but that may be down to the fact that both use emotionless vocals to temper the emotionality present in the music. Dub Kult mines that contrast for all its worth in his remix, pitting the two against one another in a solid if unmemorable remix whose biggest moment comes from a wet repeating synth that punctuates things. Alex Arnout, on the other hand, brings things down to smolder for ten minutes, content with open spaces and a slow build to no real end. To be honest, I'm content with it too.
For the digital fans in the crowd, Johnny Arthur turns up with a suitably non-descript take which checks off the "driving" and "tech house" boxes and doesn't seem to concern itself with much else. Complaints could be made, I suppose, but each remix features that aforementioned melody, and you certainly can't blame them for that. Hooks like this one are hard to ignore.