Chris Cox holds it down on this single from newcomer Danielle Bollinger, nodding back to the chunky, hands-in-the-air Thunderpuss sound and adding some tasty progressive synth lines. This is pretty hot vocal house, and Bollinger belts out a solid, soulful performance. Cox keeps the energy up and driving with big walls of synths and muscular drums. The club mix is a true vocal sing-a-long that's quite infectious. It's a song you can fall in love with. Cox's dub mix is good, too- keeping the energy soaring and dropping just a taste of the vocals- enough to recognize the song but no more; a very good job at letting the energy rise and fall.
Ospina's mixes go in a Latin tribal direction with a very faint hint of jazz chords. It's not exactly the big uplifting sound Cox achieves but nonetheless a fun, bouncy and percussive remix. Ospina's dub plays up the Latin element and, as usual with a dub, drops snippets of the vocals to maintain the recognizability factor. Finally, the Phenix mix is a SanFrancisco jazzed-up house affair, laid back and tasteful. Equally dubby and vocal, many of the lyrics are dropped in favor of groove and vocal effects. This mix would set nicely alongside the OM Records output. Overall, it's Chris Cox who packs the biggest punch here, and with new remixes coming around the bend, this one could attain Anthem status in the remaining summer months.