1. Snakes & Ladders (Original Mix)
2. Snakes & Ladders (Jumping Back Slash Remix)
3. Snakes & Ladders (Jonny Miller Remix)
4. Snakes & Ladders (Pascal Morais Remix)
Snakes & ladders EP is a true journey through different sounds of music. Each remix introduces a new way of exploring the EP but doesn’t take anything away from the EP.
The Original (by Sonarpilot Audio) has the UK Underground Deep House feel, fused with a Progressive style of House as a continuous incline is experienced whilst introducing different sounds. The beats are blended well but also in a way that raises eyebrows as how Sonarpilot made it work and sound so good.
The Jumping Back Slash remix has an astro feeling to it, as it enhances the Original but also showcases the sound of Jumping Back Slash. This remix really goes well with a pair of quality headphones in a good mix.
Jonny Miller’s broken beat showcases his powerful bassline which he unleashes early in the song and then slowly introduces different elements onto the track. He eventually puts you on a high and then releases the listener on a relaxed manner towards the ends. Really enjoyed Jonny miller’s touch.
Pascal Morais’s remix is more dance friendly out of all tracks on the EP. Not degrading the sound of the original but making it easier for DJs to drop it on an unsuspecting audience. This remix will go down well on South African Dancefloors and with its Afro touch, it will become a favourite.
Overall, each remix doesn’t take anything away from the original and that makes it quite hard to say which track is better because each producer adds there own sound style to this EP and also makes sure to compliment the EP as a whole. This really opened up my ears in a big way.