Someone' is without doubt the sunshine after the rain, featuring UK soul star Mclean taking us into the warmer months with what has summer anthem written all over it. Watch the smiles fly as the bass kicks and carries the dance floor away on a blissed-out journey that'll have hands in the air the world over.
Next up the remix from The Prototypes transforms Friction's vision into a beautifully crafted half-stepping slab of synth-enriched bass music. With Mclean's original vocals soaring over the mix you can be sure this'll work wonders on the floor and shows The Prototypes unafraid to try something a little different.
Then Rockwell rolls up his sleeves and as he drops things down a notch. Pitched down vocals wrapped around trademark fx and percussion are the order of the day and a very welcome one at that! This chilled affair adds to one seriously collectable piece of Shogun Audio.
Moving on and 'Flip The Page' is surely the biggest peak-time roller that 2011 has seen so far! Capturing the full-on energy of a D&B dance floor in full flow is no easy feat but here Friction manages it brilliantly to round off another stunning release, essential.