Review: In case you were wondering what all those street parties have been about over the past week, Sigma has released some new material, and good lordy is it top drawer. Put down those garland necklaces and that bottle of Patron and listen. One thing you should know - it's a remix of the Charlie Wilson tune of the same name (which in itself was sampled by the one and only Kanye West - which is the version used here, in case you're a fan of music trivia) and it's a big ol' bundle of dancefloor energy. Packing a serious punch under that ultra-recognisable piano loop thanks to retro breaks, this is hard, fast and fun D&B that'll bring dancefloors to destruction point. Get some!
Review: UK main room drum and bass heroes finally present their debut album, entitled "Life". The album features all the hallmarks of the Sigma sound: fierce breaks, epic breakdowns and the finest vocal talents in the business. Wasting no time getting started they launch into the soulful "Redemption" featuring Jacob Banks, no doubt honed by their experience releasing on Hospital Records and Breakbeat Kaos. It crosses over into rock territory with a bit of help from Jetta on "Slowdown". All the hits are on here too, don't worry: their massive collaboration with Paloma Faith, "Changing", the radio friendly anthem "Nobody To Love", "Glitterball" featuring Ella Henderson and the fierce "Rudeboy" featuring the rhyming talents of Doctor, amongst more surefire future hits!