Dubwise Presents The Mighty Thirty Volume 2! Grant Dell's stellar remix of McNair & Clarke's 8586 reimagines the track as an adventurous cinematic theme played to a peak-time dancefloor. Gee Moore's Remix of Neu Nox's To Transmit takes a darker edged approach by stretching out the main melodic aspects while recapitulating the vocal refrain. Circle's classic Opening Windows will most certainly pique your attention from the first kick and percussive coupling as it builds upon dark melodic layers of organ, synth, bass, and pads. The seminal Jay Tripwire Remix of Mac-k-cee & Kevin Max's People Like Us takes a 4am warehouse approach by slowly building the arrangement and main samples while adding wicked drum work and atmospheric textures. Avi Subban's excellent Exhale utilizes slowly building steady rhythms, abstract bass, and dark stabs wrapped around melodic sensibilities as well as reverbed superfluities. The Arkady Antsyrev Remix of Timmy Kos' Clouds Under Water patiently frames the original with additional minimalistic flair and percussive panache. West Coast House legend DJ RaSoul's Don't You Want It is all about mood and texture, with its dark atmospheric susceptibilities as well as a mind-blowing sonic pallet of voices, stabs, chords, and reverb. S.P.C.'s original jam Strictly couples deep stabs, bouncing percussion, shuffling synth melodies, and a trippy vocal refrain. Eddi Shkiper's Travel is a slow building ethereal cut rife with deep pads, melodic flourishes, and sunset sensibilities. Rounding things out, Terry Vernixx original 1969 is a driving peak-time melodic tech-house original applying the spirit & vibes of the Woodstock Festival as its inspiration in scope and form.