Fuzzy Logik returns with "All My Love", their first original material in two years. The title track features the vocal duties of Jada Pearl, who contributes a silky R&B vocal hook over a tightly wound 2-step beat replete with infectious strings. On the remix front, Slick Shoota provides a high speed roller infected with juke rhythms, jungle airhorns, noisy bass and furiously cut up vocals containing all the bounce of Machinedrum's recent banger "Alarma", whilst retaining the sweet melodic charm of the original. But the winner on the remix tip is Argentinean producer Arcade's version and the accompanying dub, which straighten out the rhythm and take things in a house direction, with an atmosphere as dark as anything by Blawan, with nods to Detroit techno in the background.
Fuzzy Logik follow up this summer's All My Love EP for Sweet and Sound with this new release on World Class, which is also the debut single for vocalist Myshy, backed with a slew of killer remixes. Fuzzy Logik's original of "playground" weaves a tightly rolling UK Funky beat around Myshy's catchy vocal action, complete with a jazzy, bright synth melody. Matt IQ provides two remixes; his Main Room mix takes things in a straighter 4/4 direction with peak time synth stabs, and an Electrotastic mix which brings some tropical heat in the shape of a conga-led rhythm and neon melody. Dexplicit takes things in a grime direction, filling his production with rolling snares and tense strings, while TopFlyte turns in a furious garage refix of warbling sub bass and clipped rhythms, and Audiothrapy's C Saw mix reworks it into a dubstep juggernaut. Fuzzy Logik finish up the reworks themselves with their own VIP version, which adds a darker note to the original's poppier tones.