Drums. And loud drums at that. Drums kick this off, thumping kick anchoring scatter-shot percussion. Next up old skool garage keys step in along with warbling female vocal hits and LFO bass eerieness (think DJ Dies 90s DnB anthem Clear Skies), before the wonky b line proper wubs out all hyperactive and sweaty and grinning like a mug. Basically, Sugar Rush is a simple dance floor killer- it takes the current house/ future garage template and runs amok, combining serious feel good vibes with evil bass pressure without stumbling into the knuckle grindingly cheesy or the lumpen and dour. Good.

Ian Mcquaid