Port has only been releasing music for a few years, but on the title track, he sounds like a seasoned veteran. Rolling drums and a surging bass provide the backing, and when Port combines cowbells with Wilde's lyrics - "deep down in basements we feel the groove/deep down in basements we gotta move" - it's hard not to be moved. "Tell You" shows that he's not a one-trick pony, and amid crashing cymbals and dramatic string sweeps, Port lays down irresistible jazzy piano keys and a sassy funk bass. Label boss Mathias Tanzmann completes the package with a pumping version of "Basement".
There are two schools of remixes; one that gently rubs the original and provides a slightly different perspective. Then there are ones that consume the original, spit it back out on the floor and start dancing up and down on it. Prescott's ace original - complete with Dynamite MC and Jah Screechy on mic duties - is included for reference, but these remixes really do take things to that famous 'next level'. Mungo Hi-Fi whizz us up on a deep, percussive tribal flex, Woz fires up his industrial strength breakbeat lasers while Gold adds some turbo-boosted rave synths. On a dubstep tip? On a massive, genre-defying remix package tip more like.