can we melt the ice is one of those mystery records that collectors love so dearly. very little is known about it, other than that it appeared on plush records sometime around 1982 or 83. it was written and produced by chicago producer morris j williams, whose sweet vocal provides a vocal point for the track s sensual boogie vibes - all lilting horns, subtle synthesizers and shuffling grooves. brilliantly, this reissue from finlands constantly on-point traveller records also boasts a previously unreleased longer version, which naturally extends the tracks wonderful instrumentation in all the right places. recommended.
italian producer & hot mix label boss nick anthony simoncino is back with some people , a collaboration with chicago s legendary house vocalist robert owens. simoncino s 3 original mixes sound just like tracks lifted off lost ep s straight from the mid 80 s with deep, melancholy synths, driving analogue drum machine sounds and owen s yearning vocal performance coming together beautifully while showing off simoncino s versatility as a producer. some people is perfect late night house music with a classic sensibility, for the deepest hours of the night or the morning.
>i gotta say the when i heard the track why i was very pleasantly surprised by how tight the band and the singer just blew me away. i cannot believe she is born and raised in sweden but she is definitely channeling lauren hill vibes!< amir / kon & amir
boyd jarvis drops 2 tracks of deep us house for finlands traveller. if you liked boyds previous output on labels such as king street, central park and trax then youre sure to dig these. as ever with traveller, limited copies and no digital!
london versus kopenhagen or shall we say that the the danish dynamic producersduo steen and mads are back with a fantastic all the way trance anthem. a ?side features a tremendous break mix by michael parsberg