Oakland producer Indy Nyles’ takes Santo Sangre's Quetzal remix and builds on the tribal theme by enhancing the syncopated aspect of the percussion. He augments this further with a pretty and drifting melody line composed of glassy keyboard sounds. The sense of drama this creates is boosted further by a breathy and repetitive voice sample. This concoction drives along nicely until around the 5 minute mark when Nyles drops a menacing, snaking thread of 303 bass, stabs of icey strings and echo and delay effects that amplify the shadowy, seductive allure of his remix. It’s a new sounding track but the acid line and syncopation bring to mind some of the psychedelic, breakbeat classics of San Francisco’s halcyon, rave era.