Review: Ronnie Turner cut his teeth in the early '80s, playing alongside UK funk and soul stars of the time at his own promotions. He went on to become a regular DJ at the original house nights at the Slough Centre in 1989, alongside London house pioneers Carl Cox, Trevor Fung, Danny Rampling, Brandon Block and Rocky & Diesel. His production has earned him most plaudits over the last two decades. Signed to Brighton's Loaded Records in the mid '90s, he enjoyed a UK national Top 50 release with "Gimme Your Love" as Home Alone, before setting up his own label Bulletproofsonics with co-writer Andy Childs (ex-Elevator Suite). He's more recently renowned under his Blunted Funk Project and as one half of The Slacksons. He strikes out solo here for "Don't Lose It", a deep, slinky and soulful number with a huge bassline and euphoric string arrangement made for proper dancefloor elation with its strong vocal section. The remixes here are good too: our pick is Tom Fin's brooding and dramatic rework.