How We Roll is the brand new release from Bristols Leisure Allstars, a rip-roaring, funky as hell, bassbin-battering joyride through old school hip-hop to new school beats and tough, reggae bounce, vocalled by New York MCs The Good People. The original is a low-slung, rolling flute-loop groove, featuring live guitar and keys the perfect accompaniment to Emskee and The Saints tale of how their perfect day in NYC might unfold. In addition to this, the Allstars have remixed their own track, notched up the tempo, and created some kind of electronic boom-bap, bass-heavy monster, demonstrating they can turn their hand to many different styles, much like their DJ sets. Mr Benns productions have gone from strength to strength over the years, as his recent success in the Ashely Beedle curated, worldwide Horace Andy remix competition rightly proves. This ability, combined with the collaborative inspiration that is Drake Scorpio, is evident on their remix. Its rough an tough, with enough sub bass to shake the foundations of any self-respecting discotheque. We still dont know who Drake Scorpio is though... By day, Substatic are a Bristol band carving a name for themselves on the live circuit, but by night, when the other band members are sleeping, producer Alex Holmes crafts slices of future funk, fusing hip-hop sensibilities with next level production and serious bassweight aimed straight for the dancefloor. Like his previous remix of The Leisure Allstars track 35 Summers, this one is no exception. The Leisure Allstars have previously been featured on compilations by Nightmares on Waxs DJ Ease, Azuli, and respected German label Unique as well as picking up strong radio support from Ninja Tunes Solid Steel and 6 Musics Craig Charles. Their track 35 Summers is set to feature on the Big Chill 15 x 15 compilation series in the new year. Forthcoming productions will feature vocalists Lady Chann, Yolanda and Sarah Scott, and their remix of Mr Benn Ft. The Ragga Twins Without A Trace is out soon.