We may never get to see the Lego Edit Movie - a cheery animated tale about a scalpel-wielding mini-figure who builds dancefloor reworks out of brightly coloured building blocks - so instead we'll have to make do with the titular re-editor's latest two-track missive. First up is the non-stop house party that is "Platinum Funk", a heavyweight version of a horn-heavy disco-funk smasher underpinned by bombastic house drums and smothered in swirling filter effects. It's a weighty peak-time smasher all told, though there's an argument to be made that virtual flipside "Soul Patrol" is even better. Operating at a more chugging tempo, it sees the producer serve up a suitably loved up rendition of a piano-laden slab of dewy-eyed disco bliss.
What is Album Only?
Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release. These tracks cannot be purchased individually but are available to download as part of the release