Review: Ramskank and Rory Hoy have been collaborating on-and-off for years, with their first joint EP appearing way back in 2013. Their latest hook-up, 'Bring Out The Love', is typically bombastic, weighty and sweaty, with trance style electronic stabs, sweat-soaked female vocal samples and aggressive stabs combining giddily with slamming beats and raw, rave-era bass. Rory Hoy's version thrillingly re-casts the cut as a steroid-powered disco-house stomper rich in Chic style guitar licks and cut-glass strings, while the Ramskank revision is a thumping, acid-fired slab of mind-mangling peak-time insanity with the weighty bassline known to humankind.
Review: Rory Hoy is a multi-award winning music producer, film maker and DJ. He has supported Craig Charles on his Funk & Soul Club tour since 2015 and even wrote The Little Big Beat Book. His latest release comes courtesy of UK breaks and house specialist RamSkank and features the emotive and uplifting funky house energy of "Butters" followed by RamSkank's ravey 2 Unlimited style remake. RamSkank goes solo next on the euphoric early '90s dance music of "Gonna Let You Go" (think Nomad or Snap!) with Hoy returning the favour to take the track and reinterpret it as a 303 acid and Reese driven thriller.