Kuedo is the latest incarnation of Jamie Vex'd, who has progressed from his early dubstep work and begun experimenting with footwork, juke and drum n' bass-style rhythms. His striking take on "Ann River, Mn," the last single from Dorian's album, revolves around a chiming melody and the churning, industrial rhythms come off like Bladerunner reworked by Evian Christ.
Bibio is the folk-meets-electronica project of self-taught producer/multi-instrumentalist Stephen Wilkinson, from England's Black Country (AKA the West Midlands.) He also chose "Ann River, Mn" for his remix. Coming off like a perfectly off-kilter, electronic version of seminal 60s band Love, its nagging, oddly familiar melody is hypnotic - a truly radical vision of the song.
Nathan Fake has kept fans of his fuzzy-edged synths and pounding acidic techno beats guessing ever since his debut release at the tender age of 19. Here, he lightens the mood with a deranged, delirious boogie version of "Draft Culture," the first single from Joined Ends. Redhino also takes things toward the club and gives "Clap Track 4" a samba-tinged dancefloor rework, the song's euphoric rise transplanted alongside an irresistible swing and monstrous bass.
Last but not least, sonic magician Tim Hecker - whose works have been described as "structured ambient," "tectonic colour plates" and "cathedral electronic music" - blends searingly beautiful white noise textures and a slowly emerging haunting melody on his remix of "The Sky Opposite." Electronic music doesn't get much better than this.