Continuing their quest to keep the 90s flavoured house vibe alive, Music Is Love bring new producer Maxwell up to the stage with some snazzy styles primed to get the dancefloor burning. "Feel Yourself" is perhaps the lightest of the cuts on offer, riding a simple piano riff over a steady shuffling beat, but it's on "Talk About" that the fire really gets roaring with the right combination of chords and bassline, while the vocal lick would make Todd Edwards get down. Gerd in his NY Stomp guise brings a weighty vibe full of killer descending synth lines on his version of "Spun", while the original follows with a smoother kind of deep house shaped by some quirky key arranging and another of those highly sustainable grooves.
Montel, Tripeo, Jacques Renault, Mike O'Mara, Juno Recommends Deep House, Vin Sol, Jorge Caiado (Balance / Groovement), Society, Jamie Trench, Mikki Funk, Djs: Most Charted - Deep House, ES.Q (FKA Squarehead), Goldsmith (Rebel Disco/Push Push), Detroit Swindle, New Jack City, Coca District, Maxwell, MIL (Music Is Love Records), 25 Places, Marquis Hawkes, South Beach Recycling
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