Taking the honours and heading up the release is SPL with his awesome take on 'Shy Flame', twisting it into a nasty piece of synthetic filth that's bound to cause maximum damage in the club. Intro'ing with heavily filtered vocals that float in the mix of drifting pads it's not long before the stabbing church-like synth builds us up for the drop of bassline murder! Pummelling subs double down as SPL draws us deep into the journey for a huge piece of dubstep which aims to please. Wait for the middle section switch and it's all over!
Moving on to Current Value's orginial 'Shy Flame' featuring his favoured vocalist Snow and it's a very different story; a drum & bass story to be exact. Opening with a light stepping break, Snow's vocals begin to wash over the arrangement as we assume the position. It's then a soft drop into the full on break and the square wave b-line that leads the way as the track develops gradually into a full-on piece of big-room rave. Double kicks keep things rolling to the end as the dreaming pads envelope the mix. Quality gear.