A return to the source: Ribcage is where it all began for the Dubfire project. After years of exploring, subverting and setting brave new benchmarks in the house world, this marked the start of Ali Shirazinia setting out to set the same creative benchmarks in techno. Restrained, drawn-out but beastly when it wanted to be, the original was a serious statement of intent. Even at the time you got a sense it was going to be a historic tune. Loco Dice especially felt that when he signed it to Desolat 10 years ago. To celebrate this time-flying milestone, DubfireÆs recruited two of the most respected names possible for remix duties. First up, the unstoppable, unavoidable, unquenchable Dense & Pika who keep within the dramatic rising template but with a whole new set of instruments and texturesà And a percussion palette that absolutely sizzles when the whole groove kicks in mid-way. Phenomenal. Hot on their heels comes a unique remix invitation to On-U legend and one of the UKÆs most decorated and treasured studio controllers Adrian Sherwood. Turning in a serious techno re-cut that pays tribute to every element and takes over 12 minutes to make sure they each shine amid the head-twisting pools of tripped-out decay, itÆs clear his time with Pinch has had a profound effect. Two incredibly well considered and detailed remixes that remind you what remixes should beà Brave new chapters of a story we all love being told. These will sound great when the 20th anniversary remixes are commissioned in 2027.