Since Document One stormed onto Technique's roster, this production duo have set about marking out their very own niche in the D&B spectrum. Reformatting elements of multiple genres into dancefloor armaments has proven to be a powerful system. Now, with this latest release, they're back to draw together some more threads in their ongoing musical narrative. I Got a Fever wastes no time in getting into a smoky jazz club ambience, perforated with a swing-time low-end. The bass morphs between upright plucks and synthetic sweeps to underline Document One's approach of providing a slick modern twist on foundation sounds. As the track builds, a vocal sample signals its time for the bass and drum to tighten up and drop into a cowbell-led funkstepping ride. This is summer music, all about partying with a smile on your face. Then there's a whole different take on the summertime vibe for Follow Me. Ethereal vocals float over crisp and punchy drums, accompanied by long liquid bass tones, delicate trumpet and laid-back keys. It's a gentle soulful roller, until a hole is kicked in the atmosphere by a boot made from filthy bass. So, Document One have dropped another release to make musicians nod in appreciation, but to make everyone else rave hard.