How does a producer go about make the acid sound vital again? If you're Canadian artist Rennie Foster and new school house head Dan Shake, then you mix up squelchy 303s and resonating claps with a soaring sax solo, as they do on "Traders". The acid line becomes a low end blip on "Traders II" as Shake's glorious keys and yearning saxophone take centre stage. Foster has commissioned Samuel Session to remix the title track and the 'chord' mix is very much in the Swedish producer's usual style, with a pumping rhythm underscoring surging chord builds. However, on the 'trumpet' version, Session lets the sax squalls take hold and rounding off the release is Myles Serge's remix which has echoes of NWAQ's evergreen deep house track "Trespassers", where hypnotic chimes emerge through dense, filtered textures.