In keeping with their adopted policy of pushing new or lesser known talent, Remember arrives courtesy of Spanish producer Mendo, who—after originally releasing A-side "Everybody I Got Him" on George Morel's Groove On imprint back in 2000—re-touches the cut for his Cadenza debut. While the label's prior gaze was focussed on microscopic detail first, dance floor clout second, "Everybody I Got Him" flips the principle emphatically on its head. Sporting a groove reminiscent of Minimal Man's "Make A Move," the track incessantly rubs a creeping filter up against a funk-fuelled two-beat refrain, making for one of the most instantly accessible, and moreover danceable tracks you're likely to encounter this year. B-side "1992," however, simply offers up an encapsulation of why the label has garnered such a plentiful volume of detractors recently. A crude horn sample unfurls itself over the early stages, joined at the mid-point by some grating shouts and whoops, in a sort of "salsa goes to Chicago" vein. At the risk of grossly oversimplifying the evaluation process, the track is just straight-up cheesy.
Everybody I Got Him is undoubtedly among Cadenza 2.0's strongest cuts, albeit one that is weighted down by its unsavoury B-side.