|1||When You're Gone||10:00|
|2||When You're Gone - Boaz Remix||7:11|
With subtle hints of eastern instrumental samples bubbling up to the surface, Jaspersohn’s title effort finds its groove bouncing between a driving bass-line and crystal-clear hats. A ghostly strip of a vocal sample winds its way around the track, providing a soulful-yin to the synth’s-yang, building momentum and eventually scattering itself into oblivion when it finds its apex. Stunning layers of depth, perfect for a mid-to-peak set transition.
On the flip side, the Israeli born, New York-based Boaz offers up a techier, concentrated interpretation of the title track. Absolute intensity as Boaz’ effort breaks its way down into itself, only to explode into the primary vocal sample. The multiple build-ups and almost staccato-like highs sound like a more floor-friendly version of the earlier Tresor releases (especially Stewart Walker’s work). With its crushing peak, Boaz’ track stands ready to destroy both tech-friendly and minimal floors throughout the world.