This was apparently inspired by a “sundowner” session in South Africa, and it comes in four mixes. The original’s a kind of beach-tech-house affair; the Dyed Sondorom & Shonky Remix is a clubbier take but still with what sound like muted vibes to lend it summery, outdoors-y kinda feel; Joeski’s Deep Down Mix does what it says and goes down a deeper, late-night, blissed-out path; and finally the digital-only Layo & Bushwacka! Tropix Mix is yer straight-up Berlin-ish minimal/tech-house, only relocated to the heart of the rainforest.
I can imagine hearing the L&B! mix on big speakers in an outdoor club – somewhere in Rimini, say, or Rain in Miami – and thinking it was the best thing in the world. Right now, though, it's the Joeski rub that's doing it best for me. But it's all good, as they say.
About: This is on Guy Gerber's Supplement Facts label, which is based in Israel, dontchaknow. Website here.