One of the most frustrating aspects of the digital revolution is the proliferation of releases with too many remixes. In this instance however, Lo Kik have succeeded in commissioning a series of versions that all make the grade. The club mix sounds like an update on Californian tribal house and the Kill Your TV remix goes in another direction, its techy groove underpinned by sassy disco filters. Despite such high standards, the original version also impresses, its rolling groove featuring breathy vocal samples and crazy, squealing sax solos. However, it can't compare to the Uner remix, a tripped out, pulsing electronic groove that compares to classic Swayzak or Isolee.