Review: Here's Dennis Quin with a new LP of solid, summer-ready house magic on Simma Black. He's increasingly becoming a specialist in the field, and each one of these ten big room pumpers slides onto the CD with utter ease: we love the bumps and wobble of "Brainfreeze", the garage-leaning Chicago banger "Fake Fantasy", and the mighty hard house closer "I Feel So Good". This is pure heat for you to get your weekend nights ballin'.
Review: From Simma Black to Project Fallout, and now Food Music, Low Steppa is steadily making a name for himself in the bass game, and this new EP from the producer is testament to his skills as a fine beatsmith, and as a laterally-minded crafter of fine, sci-fi beats. "On the One" is a house tune with a distinctive UK edge in its low tones, and the same goes for "Rainy Days" and its old-school garage approach. "Gone Black" is a fine piece of soulful dance music that would make any Chicago producer proud, but it's "My Black T Shirt" that earns our deepest attention thanks to its tightly woven groove, and perfectly executed sonic hook. Crafty and recommended.