Bart B More seems to be doing more collaborations than solo material at the moment, but when the results are as good as this collaboration with Tai, it's hard to complain. It's impossible to tell where the ridiculous vocal sample in "Nobody Canna Cross It (The Bus Can't Swim)" has come from, but it's Bart B More's sense of humour that serves him well, and combined with the pitch bent rave chords and squealing bassline it makes for one huge track. TWR72's remix takes a darker approach, straightening out the original's more esoteric kinks for a moody big room roller, while Max + Nima's rework opts for a full on air assault, with a low, droning bassline with the power of a low flying jet, along with some welcome 808 driven percussive touches.
Munich based electro-head Tai scores big with this huge release on Onelove (following previous releases on Dim Mak, Turbo and Southern Fried) as well as securing some equally mighty remixes. While Tai keeps things pumping with huge waves of snarly electro pads and viciously panned bass hits, Bart Bmore uncharacteristically slows things down a little and adds some stacked, acid-throwback drums. Etienne De Crecy really gets hold of it though - stripping things down to a deep, gurgling 303 bassline that gets some fantastic vocodering half way in. A real treat - EDC's mix is clearly going to be a popular choice.