Sugar comes in three mixes. The original recalls the likes of Was (Not Was) or maybe Talking Heads getting their groove on, what with its walking b-line, agit-funk guitar scribbles and noo wave-style vocal (which comes courtesy of Fug chappie Ben Smith). The accompanying Dub is more just an instrumental, really, but would still be my pick given that noo wave-style vocals aren't really my thing. Social Disco Club's remix, meanwhile, is more of a languid pass, kind of like the 'erection section' for the end of a nu-disco night I guess :-) or, more realistically given that this isn't actually the 1970s, one for those post-club wind-down sessions. And then you also get Eternal, which is a more dubbed/weirded-out kind of affair.
All told, it's not an essential-essential-essential release for me TBH but still worthy of your attention, particularly if the more eclectic/experimental/
Balearic end of nu-disco is where you like to play. Look forward to hearing the album.
About: This is on Tirk, that bastion of all things nu-disco and beyond, and it's OUT ON DEC 7 (that's Monday, as I write). For more on Tirk, hit up their website.