Andomat's usual template is groovy, tracky and full of Latin percussion. He doesn't veer too far away here, but "Hit Ze" is more aggressive and stutteringly forceful than we're used to. The kicks are subbier, chunkier and more lumbering. "Sigrun" has even more bass weight, rumbling underneath with cool choppy noises forming a hip-shaking shuffle for the serious hours.
They're both good, but the remixes are less successful. Solomun's remix is quirky and twisted retro, a stomping neon number. You can see his point, what with the resonance on the lead hook that bends reality. It does this quite well, but unfortunately nothing much else. Seulo has visions of a nine-minute classic, building simple, one-note pad riffs on top of each other like it should be epic, and it's quite nice, with all the "inoffensive" implications of that word. It doesn't have a solidness of character, and the percussion is a bit of a mess. The Ruthit remix is the most rhythmically complex. Dissonant chimes, an off-rhythm synth throb, analogue bass and various other pointillistic elements bounce around the spectrum. It doesn't quite gel, but it's an interesting proposition nonetheless.