In its original form, "Don't Go" is something of a curiosity; a midtempo deep house track masquerading as an atmospheric chunk of late night pop. Jesse Lee Davis's vocal is strong, and perfectly compliments the shuffling, tech-tinged backing from 11 Inch. There are three remixes, all of which take the track further towards straight-up dancefloor territory. There's a slither of warm deep house from Wave Crushers, a woozy and a slightly cosmic slo-mo house version from Deepwerk and Ralf-E. Best of all, though, is Harry T James' version, which turns the track into an eccentric but beautifully produced chunk of low-key soulful pop.
Bring It Down, Bring Us Up (feat Carla Tutu) - (7:44) 120 BPM
Having appeared on Smoke N Mirrors in 2012 with a remix of Shiny Objects, Adnan gets his debut solo EP opportunity and he kicks it right out of the park. "Sky Toucher" is all deep bass bubbles and heads-down drums before sharp shards of strings merge majestically into the mix. "Bring It Down, Bring Us Up", meanwhile, flexes deeper into the cosmos with shimmering one-string guitar plucks, a slinky bassline, mesmerising reverse effect textures and a commanding vocal from Carla Tutu. Remix-wise Safeword takes "Sky Toucher" into a techier territory with angular electro edges on every fill. Stunning.