It’s not big, it’s not clever but it will bring a smile to your face and get you on the floor. With lts old skool stabs on the intro you’d be forgiven for thinking it was the summer of ‘89 but fast forward 20 years and the gritty subterranean sounds of dubstep Britain get their grubby mitts on proceedings. Bad boy vocal samples and a pumping reverberated b line keep the party going. Meanwhile the classic ‘Public Enemy Number 1′ riff gets an airing on the intro, with cut up ‘Hype The Funk’ edits for a heads down bass line pummeller, sandwiched in between more rave synth shenanigans. RaveStep!