Anyone who sees a DJ set from Phantasy boss Erol Alkan on the reg will probably recognise this Switch collaboration "A Sydney Jook" which has been kept as his secret weapon of dancefloor degradation, with the two having completed the track all the way back in 2009. Despite it's vintage, there's little doubt as to it's potency and there's something poetic about Alkan waiting some three years to release the track, given the ADD centric, next big thing obsessed nature of those who adore him so much. Of much more interest, however, is who the label looked too for remixes, with Night Slugs co chief Bok Bok and WT Records boss Willie Burns both offering expert revisions which demand your attention. Few people could hear Bok Bok's remix and try and pin the "Bass" tag on him, this is pure, sweat inducing ghetto techno that kind of sounds like MMM let loose on the Dance Mania back catalogue. The Freedom Mix from Willie Burns takes the track in a whole other direction too, with reversed Miami electro rhythms streaming out over a rib tickling bassline and spectrally charged synth work.