Nitin Sawhney All Mixed Up (V2) Infectious opener Homelands, transforming from a flamenco-like tempo, punctuated with Spanish-style acoustic guitar solos, to laid-back horn and mellow electric guitar-driven bossa nova, overlaid with sultry Hispanic vocals, is a showcase of Nitin Sawhney's versatility. The British dance music writer/soundboard wizard produces anything but dance music in the predictable or conventional sense. This double disc offers remixes of his tracks, on disc one, by other contemporary British soundsmiths - including Joe Clausell, Quantic, Freeform Five, Seiji and MJ Cole. A Sawhney version of The Bugz in the Attic's vibrant slice of London beats, Rainfall, previously a club smash, injects snippets of street-smart rhymes from rapper Rodney. There are two remixes of Falling, with vocals by Matt Hayles: the ATJazz version has an indie-rock feel, while Quantic takes things up a gear with a tight, African-influenced core. Most disjointed is spaced-out two-step KV5 mix of Immigrant. Disc two is a 23-minute freeform Sawhney mix that includes cuts of six of his tracks, only doubling up on two numbers from disc one - but with different versions. This proves something of a masterwork in trippy mixing, veering from jungle to Indian tabla to unhurried Latin. Overall, Sawhney's classical western and Indian music back-ground leaves its mark with lush orchestral harmonies and audible south Asian rhythms. Occasionally there are so-called dance records that can be appreciated without the listener feeling any compulsion to dance - this creative set is one of them.