Cyclical claps and whirs clatter from the off, the kick coming a few seconds later to add cursory depth. Snippets of vocodered vocals litter the track throughout, and that's about it really. Very little else happens once the tech-house vibe has too quickly been established. On remix duty is another producer currently garnering props left, right and centre: Frenchman Dyed Soundorom. He steals the show. With less jack and greater restraint, he shows that subtle placement and a more sparing use of the vocal snippets can result in a nuanced track which could well ignite the odd dance floor or two.
Tech-house seems to be a returning fad at the moment. Thing is, it sounds no further advanced than where we left it. So, on this evidence, it seems a pointless revival: Let's hope I'm wrong.