Oh all right, the Schema and Eschericks remixes do both add some gnarly dubstep bottom end (satisfyingly in Schema's case; the Eschericks mix is a bit kiddy-clownstep for me). But for me it's the 1992-sounding Original with its chipmunk vox, rave stabs and sparse-sounding breakbeats all the way. Now, where's me whistle?
Out: Today, if the hype sheet is to believed. Who puts tracks out on a Sunday, though?
About: This is on Rocstar, always a label that's always worth checking on that tuffer, breaks-meets-house kinda tip. Rocstar is run by Lee 'Cut La Roc' Potter and you can find their MySpace here.