When DJ Impact first dropped The Cole Train on 42TF back in 2014, people stood up to get down. Now the mighty tune returns with the remixes, and it's party time all over again. We've got five remakes here to tackle, starting with the woofer-shredding bass frequencies of the breaky VIP. Elsewhere highlights include the spooky-horror wobble of Moony's mix, the machine gun drums of Tigs' fresh rework and the mayhem of Cre8's hardcore DnB version. Safe.
Fort Knox's Qdup is all about the party jams. However he likes to take his time in delivering them. "Bodyrock" sees his first new release on over a year. But it's worth the wait, being around four minutes of achy, breaky party beats, cheeky record scratching and lots and lots of funk. Also the accompanying Warp VIP mix toughens up the beats and cuts back on the sonic ornamentation for those who like their jams less cheeky.