Review: Here's an interesting proposition: Russian D&B producer Mage offering junglist covers/remixes of well-known hits. First up is "Black Is The Colour of D&B, a drum and bass revision of a traditional American folk song made famous by the Corrs. Surprisingly, Mage's revision works rather well, with a folksy vocal and flute touches riding a snappy rhythm and pulsating bassline. Mage cuts up the vocal impressively as the track progresses, giving his version a dreamy quality. We have to admit not knowing the source material for "Move On D&B", but it's similarly dreamy, with darting, trance style keys, EDM electronics and Mage's usual starburst breakbeats. Like the A-side, it feels like a hands-in-the-air anthem in the making.