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Boomkat Product Review:
The new single from Warp pop outfit Hundred In The Hands exceeds our expectations, thanks largely to what is honestly some of the heaviest sub-bass we've heard all year; wistful vocals, airy synth lines and ringing guitar complete the picture. The real draw is the remixes: Andy Stott breaks down and reconstructs the track according to the precise, airtight aesthetic of his landmark Passed Me By and We Stay Together LPs, using the original's vocal judiciously for a surprisingly anthemic climax. JD Twitch weighs in with the kind of trippy, chugging electro-disco fix he's synonymous with, and lets things breathe even more with his dub, giving full vent to some natty keyboard lines; Patten's mix is virtually unrecognisable from the source material - the aural equivalent of toothpaste being pushed back into the tube, and very good too. Another Hundred In The Hands original, 'Mountains', ices the cake.