The Scottish producer presents new versions of his work by himself and his peers. Fast rising techno artist Drumcell drops a high-impact bomb in the form of his remix of "Hypnosis", its driving rhythm littered with intense bleeps, while Bas Mooy gets to grips with "Easy Meat". The Dutch producer drops concrete-weight beats and dark, dense drums, which underpin an unflinching rhythm. Bouffmyhre also steps up to rework "Hurricane". Like the Drumcell remix of "Hypnosis", the beats are stomping and the bleeps intense, but it also features an insistent, churning filter at its heart. Bouffmyhre also remixes "Demon Within", using growling bass licks and aggressive chords to push it towards a peak time audience.
Bouffmyhre may have started off as a minimal producer, but Belong signals a shift towards a far darker mood. This is evident from the start, with "Deep Space Intro" providing an eerie sound scape introduction. From there on in the pace picks up and "Fourteen" will capture the listener's attention with its tearing industrial rhythm, while the screeches and abrasive kicks of "Remaining" recall the merciless sound of Birmingham techno. While most of the album remains in this territory, Bouffmyhre provides some relief with the dramatic chord sweeps of "Sanction" and the jacking acid of "Dominator". However, these are exceptions in a release marked by distorted drum tracks.