It's barely been seven weeks since the release of Rayko's acclaimed album No Stopping, but already the prolific producer has moved on to his next project. "Drive" sees him join forces with fellow Spaniard Landerground to deliver a wonderfully fluid, fluttering chunk of synth-heavy Balearica. The title is clearly a nod towards the famous movie of the same name, and many of the electronic sounds are reminiscent of the film's legendary soundtrack. There's a rather fine remix package, too, with Ilya Santana's rubbery, dub disco-influenced effort - arguably also the most filmic of the three reworks - impressing. James Rod's chugging, guitar-laden interpretation is also pretty darn tasty.
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