Jamie Paton's edit opens with this curious choral call and stretches out over 13 minutes, paced so it moves like an extended workout, snaking through instrumental bonk and additional vocal lines. The track's got that unique combination of hooky elements and spacious rhythms, making it ideal to be grandly woven into the fabric of a mix, first surfacing with a big chorus, then disappearing under currents of rhythm, only to bubble up again and again as the track shifts through its various gears.
The other two tracks here might induce a bit of customer confusion. While the words "Azari & III remix" might catch your eye, their version hews close to the original, muscling a bit more low end and adding some cosmetic flourish. The distinction between this and the Paton edit will mostly be noticeable if you're weighing them based on mixing potential. As such, it's Paton's other version here that does the heavy lifting, swapping out sizzling funk-punk live drums for a percolating Roland palette. Don't be surprised if you see more where that came from in months to come, as the 303 squiggle continues to enjoy a bit of resurgence.