The Mat Playford mix, by comparison, is big, bold and brash. Aiming at more of a lounge/bar audience, it starts out fine, but Dire Straits-esque plucking during the breakdown misses the mark completely and edges the track dangerously close to drowning in a sea of lost credibility. It only takes about 17 seconds for you to fall in love with "Jus You," however. That's when the main vocal sample first flickers into life. jozif appears on the piano shortly afterward, and from then on it's a lazy, lovely journey through deep house/nu-disco territory, taking in a throbbing bassline, chopped, croaking vocals and simple, effective keys.
"We R Child" is a more pumping dance floor-friendly effort—a reimagining of Empire of the Sun's "We Are the People" without the whining voices—and demonstrates jozif's ability to effectively up the tempo when required. A superb package and hopefully the start of a prolific relationship between label and producer.