Over the last few years, Phillip Lauer has become one of the most in-demand remixers in the scene. It's partly a tribute to his undoubted production skills, but also a desire from labels to get a piece of his trademark saucer-eyed, retro-futurist house sound. Here the German producer puts his spin on experienced producer Attaque's latest single, "Now I'm Gone". First up is the sweaty, warehouse-friendly Remix, which sees Lauer wrap rave style stabs, vocal samples and glassy-eyed electronic flourishes around a crunchy, snare-heavy rhythm track. The riffs once again come to the fore on the accompanying Dub Remix, which naturally strips out the vocal without losing any drive or energy.