Seth Troxler, Shaun Reeves and Hector present The Royal We, and their fiendish release ‘Party Guilt’ on Crosstown Rebels will crack the smiles of its most discerning listeners.A release dogged by hype - as each release from Detroit’s youngest prodigy Seth Troxler has been of late - ‘Party Guilt’ is unforgettable, not least for Troxler’s sneering vocals reproachful of a girl who is out for the party. Co-produced with cohorts Shaun Reeves and Hector, this is a mischievous slice of Chicago style house that has a foot steadily on the gas, subtly edging up the energy levels. Dinky and Matt Styles’ reworks are equipped with added humor in Tamara Dieke's humorous, poignant and cutting vocals creating the girl’s retorts to the original quips. Matt Styles’ remix is a deeper and textured reinterpretation, adding a Detroit-influenced edge in epic crescendos that gather momentum over chuckling drums. Dinky’s Arp-a-pella strides leisurely with trailing synth melodies and sharp beats fired up to blow out the afterhours. An instant classic package for the warm-up, the chaos and the aftermath, this is sincerely pleasurable listening.