Pause for this music nerd confession. I believe Jane Child‘s “Don’t Wanna Fall In Love” is one of the late ’80s/ early ’90s great pop classics. I’m also going to use this platform to wax about how the braided mohawked multi-instrumentalist’s 1989 self-titled debut is one of the most underrated albums ever. Parts New Jack, parts art-rock, parts industrial pop — it was aggressive out-of-the-box dance music that was way ahead of its time and well, you really should go check it out. Trust me on this. So you bet I was pleased to hear Jane Child’s biggest hit given some glory in the noughties, with Australian beat man M-Phazes putting a whole new spin on it under his alter ego Camden Arc. The only remix of this song that I’ve heard is Teddy Riley‘s take on it, but Arc’s revision glitches the track up adding in squiggly synths and slapping bass lines to give this classic a futuristic R&B coat of awesome. What’s even better (aside from the free download) is that he still retains a lot of the jagged edged sass of the original and it’s just a great slice of ear candy that revisits us to one of the nineties’ lost gems.