- Marc Romboy’s Systematic label keeps rolling with a remix package of Robert Babicz’s official ‘single’ from his forthcoming album ‘A Cheerful Temper’. The tune is ‘Sin’, and the two remixes included on this effort, while poles apart in sound, differ little in quality.
Gui Boratto delivers an energetic, vibrant rework, perfect for some 2 a.m. madness on the dancefloor. Gone are the darker undertones of the original, replaced by creeping riffs, throbbing melodies, and of course, that signature four note riff, that definitely tips its hat to rave parties past. Boratto’s effort is an aural jigsaw where the pieces seem to fit perfectly.
Ripperton, one of the producers of 2006, steers ‘Sin’ towards a sparse, cold realm full of glitchy, crunchy drums, and floating ethereal melodies. This is a subdued revision that’s not going to create much of a stir, but with its clicky percussion and bleeps, you’ve still got a great song on your hands.
This is a different sound for the Systematic label, but a change is as good as a holiday. Babicz is a sure-fire producer, and with two of the current hottest music makers reworking his tune, how can it be anything but great?
A Sin (Gui Boratto Remix)
B Sin (Ripperton Remix)