Phuture-T dials up Dub and Drumfunk from the samples of Greenleaf’s New Orleans influenced track, Forward Motion. The beats are more broken and the effect delays are longer. The signature interview recording has been chopped and used as downbeats on the progression changes.
With melodic and rolling percussion, Earl Grey creates a cheerful vibe to start the Ominous Maze remix. The intro leads straight into the body of the track when the contrabass becomes the dominant instrument making the tone tougher. The drum breaks transition through several change ups and syncopated edits.
Metro gives MHC a new treatment with extra field recordings and an extended break down. The Jungle influence is stronger with bigger, funkier subs. Classic break beats are layered with sound effects and noises all supporting the main rhythm of the bassline.
A1. Greenleaf - Forward Motion (Phuture-T Remix)
B1. Phuture-T - Ominous Maze (Earl Grey Remix)
B2. Metro - MHC (Ibiza Mix)