Eclectic Avenue artist J Cub is at the helm for the third release from Saints & Sonnets, a label that continues to justify the widespread hype laid upon Huxley, the Deep House poster boy that runs it. Much like J Cub's previous work on Electric Avenue and Foot & Mouth, "Crying Over You" is a perfectly judged slice of deep house, with the gently rising emotive production made all the more memorable by a excellent vocal turn from Bibi. Saints & Sonnets also keep up their impressive track record for remix commissions as two of electronic music's best vowel eschewers contribute excellent and varied revisions. Rush Hour's BNJMN elects to dice up the vocal refrain as well adding some rhythmic kinks to the original's straightforward groove, yet it's the way he reinterprets the melodic element as a monstrous wave of synthetic emotion that makes this remix special. In contrast RNDM opts for the kind of stripped down groove you'd expect from a Laid artist, allowing him the space to loop up Bibi's vocal and treat it to all manner of delay atop an increasingly expansive melange of audio vibes.
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