A decent low-end take, but nothing quite tops the original and its hypnotic charm, that still has enough bass to get by.
2013 was Jack Mumdance’s year, hands down, with huge releases on Tectonic and Keysound that pummelled the dancefloors across the globe. So whilst you’ll recognise the agitated machine swing of 'Its Peak' on the b-side, with its palette of weird scrapes, dystopian atmospheres and pneumatic drums, you’ll be most surprised by the melodious charms of 'Springtime', a mellifluously hazy tribute to the welcomed warmer months and, perhaps, a hint at a new sound for the producer?
As the Subground sound continues to cross the boundaries between hardstyle and house, this label is very much at the forefront, with Acti delivering a sterling remix of Argy's new single.
Nice, tight 150 seconds of phatness from 9th Wonder on the mix, RBP customarily flowing freaky, 9th pulling all the right simple tricks at all the right moments. Not groundshaking but strangely addictive.