When respected electronic composer Howie B and Italian super-group Casino Royale were both engaged to support U2 at a recent gig, it led to Howie producing the Italian band's 20th anniversary album 'Reale'. Howie then produced a new vision of the same album, bringing out its hidden, darker personality, which became 'Not In The Face'.
"Tightly intricate rhythms peppered with subtle accents and tinny distorted vocals." XLR8R
Now the baton has been passed to one of dubstep's youngest and hungriest producers, Ramadanman (aka David Kennedy), who offers up two remixes in the form of a refix and a redub. Driving the vocals headlong into dub techno rhythms, he manages to press a big chunk of his musical personality into the driving re-workings, making the thump constant and transporting the original out and onto the darkest of European dancefloors. Available on 12" vinyl and mp3 formats.