Review: The Hardkiss legacy continues with this instant flashback to the mid '80s when mankind first instigated his love affair with the 808, 909 and 303. With a sexy vocal purring nonsensically over the top of the crisp, funky breakbeat groove, Gavin and Robbie have nailed a vibe that will resonate with house, breakbeat, bass and Detroit-minded DJs. Remix-wise James Curd goes for a Music For Freaks style bumper, complete with added vocal sexiness while Q-Burns rolls out an slick acid house fusion that gets super freaky midway. Gavin Hardkiss completes the set with a remix under his Hawke guise; slower and smoother, there's a great sense of Balearic beauty throughout. Get bumpy.