The original track Kitch N Sync, is a blistering seven minutes of in your face acid house futurism. An opening salvo of storming rhythms and vocal stabs gives way to a marauding acid bass line and crisp drum production. It all flows into a perfectly executed breakdown, modulated by a twisted vocal sample and lively bleeps.With elements of glitch and intelligent editing, the Basics residents have created a cerebral monster with an infectiously funky heart. Jamie Jones' remix delivers a relentless deep groove through a series of dynamic peaks and troughs, percussion and funky fx hits. With two subtle vocal samples oscillating against each other to underpin the groove, this remix provides an appropriate counterpoint to the title track and will be the kind of mix that will guarantee mass hysteria in a club environment. The Half Inch Jack remix throws upon us a fierce declaration of intent, swinging and swaggering through a corridor of controlled subsonics and razor-sharp percussion whilst bringing an unrestrained acid bass up front, in an overstated, aggressive manner. As well as providing some interesting ear candy, Half Inch Jacks' musicality and deft production combined with a tidy arrangement ensures a well constructed conclusion.