Lead single "Heaven Can Wait" sees Gainsbourg collaborate with her album producer and pop eccentric Beck. The pair yield a folk duet that is positively upbeat despite its disjunct, tenebrous lyrics. Taking the song in his own moody direction, So Cal's newest beatsmith Nosaj Thing, AKA Jason Chung, exhibits precisely why he has been pricking so many ears of late, transforming it into a gloomy dubstep remix. Giving her some proper context to wallow in, Chung discards all but Gainsbourg's vocals and immerses them in a stuttering aquatic loop that bubbles its melody over a lurking sub-bass and click-clack broken beat.
On a completely different tip, Norwegian producer Diskjokke tackles "IRM," a track that originally depicted Gainsbourg's experience with an MRI machine. Working with the whirring template of the original, Diskjokke goes for a cosmic space jam that gallops its way through a pumping dance floor, not letting up once during its epic eight-plus minutes. Despite having better remixes of other pop artists to his name, in the right hands, Diskjokke's take has the potential to ride the euphoric peak of any 3 AM disco-charged dance floor.