The proximity of "Restructure 2" to straight-ahead dance is combined with much less obvious nuances, whose nature lead to an unsettling effect that's all the more deeply affecting. Plucking guitars: nice. Chunky double bass: mmm. But those two are ever-so-slightly yet significantly falling over each other, loosely flopping with a lack of spinal support. Dissonance, and the familiar rough clattering, shivers just on the edge of perception; but we're lulled into a false sense of security by the snug midrange. They know exactly what they're doing. What's more, we don't.
The Digital Mystikz remix has an open cavern of space in between a sub-monobass, airy pads that flow between disturbing and soothing, a punchy dubstep skank, and flittering congas. It's an individualistic lunar groove, which completes a very tasteful piece of wax indeed.