To Rack & Ruin comes thundering your way slap bang in time for the summer season courtesy of EDSC's fratello DJ Rocca and his compadre N2B. "Get Up" takes The Chequers' stonking funk cover of "Get Up Stand Up" on a deep disco version excursion. The rolling bassline brims with plenty o' pant flapping groove and the wah wah guitar licks like Miley Cyrus at an Ice Cream van. Dope. "Weird Safari" certainly lives up to its name - a stripped back, dark and almost techno carnival, which immerses you in tinkering percussion and wild animal noises. "Dubby Pino" (I'm gonna take an educated guess at a Pino Daniele original) has you from the off, all the foot stamping and money shaking elements are present - hooky guitar, fat bass loop, infectious percussion, soulful vocal licks and a gorgeous little piano break. "Mr Rossi's Backpain" starts off by getting the award for the best song title we've ever had on Rack & Ruin, but as well as that it's in the proper groovy dancefloor tackle category with a bassline and guitar that commands your respect and then when the 4/4 kicks in at one minute in, well just have a listen.