Lasgo - Surrender
Following on from their success two years ago with Something and its accompanying album, Some Things, Belgian dance act Lasgo return with a few minutes of uplifting Eurodance backed up by collection of remixes playing on the single's themes whilst adding little.
Lasgo conform to the trick of fronting a gang of male boffins, writing cold electronic pop, with a warm female vocal, used to best effect by Electribe 101 on their debut album, Electribal Memories, but which has passed through dance music from the first flushes of its success in the pop charts.
Surrender is as polished a production as one would expect, building up from a cut-down rhythm and the introduction of Evi's powerful vocal to finish as a dance track that will doubtless be heard in clubs across Europe for most of this summer.
With six remixes, which range from the slight Jan Vervloet Remix to the brutal Cor Fijneman Remix, there's never quite enough here for it to maintain any interest once outside of a club and nothing to suggest that the album that will follow the release of this single will be as vital a dance release as, for example, the early Chemical Brothers albums.