Jean Aita brings a range of influences to bear on "Something". In its original form, it has the groove of tribal house and the menacing low end of speed garage, while the vocal recalls a more commercial take on the London 2-step/garage sound. The dub version dispenses with the vocals and puts the focus on heavy, clipped beats, while Aita's interpretation with Gianky Sl follows a different approach. There, a minimal rhythm underscores insistent techno bleeps and dense drum shuffling. Sebastian Illobos's take goes in a different direction with warm, woozy chords unfolding over stripped back beats, while the Ozen Nouse take deploys a tracky sound.