Review: Pushing a bigger sound inspired by the UK, bassline house and its post-rave generation is Alex Harrington. Arriving on the Deep Sense label, Harrington is all about a King Street sound and effervescence, boldly dialling up filtered rhythm sections, drums and hi-hats like no one's business. Drawing from soulful vocals and happy synthesised horn play alongside huge chords and rollicking keys, both tracks here burn deep; be it the higher, uplifting energy of the title track or the super bossa nova vibes inside the New Jersey ethics of "Hold On". Alex Harrington officially in the house.
Review: Straight up beat down tracks done in a ballroom house fashion from the one and only Bazza Ranks, backed up on the mic by Capitol 1212 preaching the word: 'love each other like a sister and brother'. With harder drums mapped to seering strings of a classic house track, Kerri Chandler-like chords rain down heavily in "Be As One", with Ranks own remix on the digital flip looking to UKG for its influences in a stylistic, liquid and free flowing remake for summer.