Feel the Love was a massive first single worldwide. Hackney dance band Rudimental's first album including 'Feel the Love' has now already been reviewed by people worldwide. Influences recognised include garage, liquid funk, funk, deep house, house, dubstep, cool jazz, soul, gospel, two step bump `n' grind, hip hop, rap, old school jungle, RnB, bass music, urban house, dub-reggae, gospel inflected soul pop and jazz pop, with indeed intercuts of glissando strings and subtle electronics. Those fortunate enough like me to see the current live tour will know that you can add reggae and ska to this list of musical influences. Keep it simple I say...Hackney fusion will both inspire and make people happy worldwide for many years to come. One critic perhaps described it best: `This is a winning album that's fun, fast paced and puts a smile on your face from start to end.' Whilst the NME said it with fewer words: `More bangers than a barbecue at a firework factory.' One thing that most people have agreed on.....Rudimental (with their Hackney fusion) will dominate festival's this year and next. We await with great anticipation more mash ups of street styles guys....and keep the live cover versions coming too...your cover of Paramour's `Now' is far better than the original!