Bright and enthusiastic, "People's Choice" is an uncharacteristically cheery tune for a producer who often goes for subtler or more refined territory. He's been seen around with the Night Slugs camp lately; "People's Choice" seems to reflect this, as its glossy pads and warped synth whistles feel like naturally absorbed characteristics of the London collective. Still driven by an impeccable bouncy bassline and the classy muted organ that drove past tracks like "Afric," it remains a T. Williams production, only now healthily bolstered by new influences.
Unfortunately, the F Dat remix on the flipside adds little, caging the track in and stunting its natural growth. While it makes for a satisfying (particularly in the low-end department) funky-esque tool, that's not really enough. It's a pedestrian restructuring, bending all the unpredictable left turns into straight lines, and while the song's memorable melody remains, you're better off just sticking with the original.