Review: In its' original form, "Oberon" feels like French producer Time's attempt to join the dots between the kind of slowly evolving, ever-rising tech-house favoured by Dixon and Ame, and symphonic, string-drenched deep house. The result is a hugely atmospheric concoction that impressively blossoms as it progresses. It comes accompanied by a quartet of remixes. There's the melodic, saucer-eyed bliss of the Epic Mix (very progressive house), the bubbly electronics and locked-in beats of the Fat Sushi Remix and the gentle, loved-up hug that is the chiming and ultra-deep Savvas Remix. Perhaps best of all, though, is Lee Reynolds crispy late night interpretation, which effortlessly joins the dots between shuffling tech-house and crunchy electro-acid.