"Another Girl" isn't anything terribly new under the sun: by now the shimmering, languid, and other Bukem-esque adjectives have made their own mini-tradition within dubstep and house; this track splits their differences with no apparent effort. (It would fit right in on Hotflush's Back and 4th.) That ease applies to the construction of "Another Girl" as well. It builds to its climax patiently; in fact, it probably won't even occur to you until nearly 2.5 minutes in, when the vocals break down, dub out and build back up, that the track was, in fact, building to a climax at all. It's nothing ostentatious, just a dose of drama to give the unabashed prettiness some heft.
Braiden is on quite a streak, and his rework of "Holdin' On" is hard and full of nice touches—I particularly like the klook of the electro-cowbells—but it's the lesser of equals here. The real monster is Mark Flash of Underground Resistance, whose reworking of "The Look" recasts it in flashy dry ice: the purple synth washes are directed somewhere a little more classic-ravey, or maybe just hands-in-air-anthem-like. Either way, it's a joyous piece of work. So are the pair of digital bonuses, both also remixes of "The Look": Machinedrum gives it a fizzy-headed juke-gone-early-rave turn, tweaking things up in pitch and concentrating eventually on a heavily treated classic-house piano line. Koreless goes for something a little glitchier, but also affecting, sending lines like "Help me" and "Won't feel something without you" into old-laptop orbit and letting its decay rate fill in the blank spaces of the sparse arrangement.