Highly respected producer Habersham pairs up with Kazell, best known for his work...
...with Mike Hiratzka, to create Paradise Rockers.The Original Mix of One Thing is more seems to be a combination of Kazell's progressive
stylings with Habersham's breakbeat influence.
The intro is a percussive breakbeat workout that does a great job of getting things moving and creating energy. As we get into the meat of the
track, the bassline takes over, . The synths and vocals float and echo over top. The elements that create the reggae vibe include vocals and percussion using
the sound of hand played drums and a funky guitar riff.
The 'Quivver Mix' takes One Thing further into progressive territory cutting back on the reggae elements and providing a more floor friendly mix. A deep
breakdown raises the overall energy of the track. The breakdown on this mix is a thing of beauty as it strips things down to trumpet and piano samples before
kicking right back into the bassline with the addition of a nice spacey synth.