Needless to say, the plangent guitar-led "Bananfleur Overalt," which manages to sound both tentative and strong, was pretty much begging for a Prins Thomas Diskomiks. For 11 minutes it slightly speeds up the guitar line, thereby making it sound even more yacht-rock. (Or Balearic, or whatever the byword for "sun-bleached" is these days.) The pitch-shifting alien-worm analog-synth work is like very good vanilla pudding.
Nevertheless, Thomas doesn't have the best disco mix here. That honor goes to Final—Oslo up-and-comer Magnus August Hoiberg, age 22—whose version of "220 v/Spektral" first pits a whorling, mesmeric loop against a hard, fast, handclap-accented Chicago straight-four thump, then settles into a series of mostly piano-led vignettes, often tongue-in-cheek, almost like a mid-'80s edit record. Also on tap: Sprutbass's mix of "One-Armed Bandit" highlight synths that cross electro and purple dubstep and Cuckoo's boardwalk-Esquivel tweak of "Touch of Evil."