Review: One of Hospital's newest signings, Voltage has stepped out of the full Kings of the Rollers team and lands on the label with his first solo album since 2015's More Than Luck. It's by far his most diverse and mature work to date, as Voltage lays down the usual dancefloor pressure but intersperses it with fragrant 80s textures and deep, ambient soundscapes. It's a testament to his journey as a producer, as well as the cross-section of influences he's been exposed to as a part of the Hospital roster. That duality of sound is expressed best in 'Make Me Feel', a stripped back roller with finger click drums that's spacious and soulful yet punctuated through by a guttural, honking bass sound that's right in the KoTR tradition. 'So Close' kicks off proceedings with funk synthwave; 'Endless Dreaming' is a sumptuously deep, almost-liquid number with fantastic vocals from Bulgarian Goddess; and 'Moonshine' and 'Conscious' are ambient cuts that put on full show his newfound depth and breadth. Big album.