Review: Afrojack teams up with Dim Mak boss Steve Aoki for this supercharged slice of Dutch house. Riding a brutal and minimal chopped synth line complete with tropical drum hits, the pair smooth out the madness for the Bjork-like choruses from singer Alyssa Palmer before returning to the hypeness. Among the mixes, Gigamesh construct a whole new soft-rock/Italo disco backing for Miss Palmer's vocals while on-fire jungle revivalist and D&B don NuTone creates a beautifully sub-punishing mix that again makes great use of those original vocals.
Review: A crazy-on-paper hook up between electro's Mr Fix It Steve Aoki and Weezer's Rivers Cuomo, "Earthquakey People" is a slightly softer and more relaxed burst of electro from the Dim Mak boss, but these four new remixes stretch the boundaries even further as Dillon Francis cooks up a slow breakbeat-meets-moombahton vibe, while Alvin Risk goes the other way and speeds it up into a vicious dubstep/kuduro slammer complete with some vicious chopping of Rivers' vocals. As a fresh alternative, Andrew WK is also on board this release, supplying a thrashy live punk remake of the single.