Review: A release on the label of the one and only Randall is always one to watch. If it's a fairly unknown artist then that's even more applicable, as taste-makers don't get more impeccable than Randall. Hoppa is that artist this time around and believe us, he's brought the goods. 'Deep Fade' is the title track and it's simple but excellent, one of those tunes which is repetitive in a good way - a real head-nodder. 'EZ Funk' is more stripped-back, rolling goodness with a bassline that'll make other producers jealous, something equally true for 'Herbs & Spice', which perfectly balances jovial reggae sampling with low-frequency pressure. Finishing with a skittering riot of basses and drums on 'Love & Dreams', Hoppa has launched himself into his D&B career.