Brian Ffar's second release is the latest to showcase this balls-y Chicago sound. His original here is a dark funk-fuelled bopper with a vocal sample straight from the sleaze box. This is music that, while avoiding the darkness that has plagued a lot of similarly produced tracks in recent years, still manages to sound like it means business with an insistent kick and a clean edge to the synths. The Donk Boys remix goes in a different direction from the original, but is a bit too agitated and scatty for its own good.
Pan- Pot's bass-heavy groove is the spaciest thing on offer here and it works wonderfully well thanks to a bass kick, a percussive rattle and a noise that sounds like a large metal door swinging shut. For digital lovers, there's also an exclusive track by Siteholder stalwart Tyrone that falls somewhere in between the original and the Donk Boys remix. It keeps the sleaze, but adds some skittishness. It's a good combination, but doesn't hold a candle to the original or the Pan-Pot remix.