If you're looking for an esoteric take on modern house, you've come to the right place. "Libertine" is an epic slice of stoner dance music, its dubby drums laying down a loose rhythmic marker. But it's the dreamy sound scapes, effortlessly disjointed vocals and chiming effects that make the original version sound like a cross between Nick Curly and Howard Marx. Losoul tries to make sense of the soupy original and does a fine job. Logical and angular but also including jazzy stabs and melodic riffs, his remix demonstrates why he's still one of the most distinctive voices in house music.