Cult 80s electro DJ Greg Wilson had a renaissance during the early part of this decade, showing a new audience the beauty of the music he pioneered through his record spinning and re-editing in an era before many current clubbers were born. However, instead of being purely a retro DJ, Wilson has sought to incorporate new music into his set. This features his take on new and old gems. Tracks to write home about include his sleazy re-rub of Sugardaddy‘s Love Honey, an on point revision of Roxy Music‘s Love Is The Drug and a fizzy mix of 40 Thieves feat Qzen‘s Don‘t Turn It Off. This compilation shows why Wilson is still an important figure in the late 00s.