Two tracks, a Club Mix and a Dub Mix, are on this single from Yell House. The first, vocal, mix features a hard 70's filter sound with a tasty piano break and obscure vocal sample from GQ. There's a nice summerlike feel on the Club Mix but the real deal- the big room sound- is on the Dub track. The vocal sample is still there but takes a backseat to a big kick and bassline. You could call it hard house but it also has a tight tech house sound. The track is straight ahead power, and breaks a few times into a funky breakbeat before blasting back into the house groove. Playmaker gets the job done in a simple, hard style approach- injecting a soul feel throughout the track. Solid and grooving. They have connections to Sondos Records here in the US (one of my favorite labels); if you like Sondos tracks, you'll dig this as well.