Between Document One's genre-spanning remix work for names like Rob Zombie, Moby and Professor Green, their rave and radio ubiquity and their global DJing schedule, they've made waves across the EDM scene. And now they've landed on Technique for some D&B business. First off is Revolution. Effervescent natural samples set the scene, but things are teched up with a militant beat and synthetic glitches until the drop strikes hard. This is a serene melodic landscape being defaced with digital warpaint. Then we step into dark sci-fi with Are We Alone, the soundtrack to a harsh and brutal alien invasion. Driving bass and mid call and response patterns force you to move at sub-point, while stuttering drums add an extra layer of insistence. Then we have something cut from a more melodic mould with Kindness for Weakness, showcasing the jazz-infused voice of Sam Friend. Expert drum edits bounce around elegant string and piano samples, while low end weight provides a counterpoint to Sam's soaring vocals. So this is Document One's warning shot, proving that these boys aren't playing at D&B, they're doing it properly. Time to get involved.