Nautic producer and DEEK Recordings boss Bullion doesn't do remixes. Not by any standard understanding of the term, anyway. It'd be more fitting to call his process reworking. Case in point: here he dismantles Birmingham, UK band Troumaca's sunshine pop single "Gold, Women and Wine" (due out May 26th on Gilles Peterson's Brownswood label) and puzzles the pieces back together to reveal a deeper, more plaintive groove. In his mouth, the chorus–You got to be tripping, you got to be falling, love is on your side, don't take me for a ride–takes on a lonely daydream quality. It could almost be a Nautic jam, which is always a good thing.