Review: Lee Burridge's All Day I Dream bring us a three-tracker by Tel Aviv's Roy Rosenfeld, coming from that place where the boundaries between deep and melodic/progressive house get decidedly blurry. 'Lift Of Love' itself tops a light, rolling tropical groove with constantly evolving synths that are one-part muzak (hence, presumably, the title) to one-part 'Star Trek', while elsewhere 'Veetoo' has the dreamy, floaty feel of Balearic prog and 'Honey' treads similar ground but in a more sunrise-friendly, "the morning after the night before" kinda way. It all makes for very pleasant listening - just add sunshine, sand and a certain Mediterranean island for maximum impact.
Review: Known for his releases on Houserecordings, Definitive and an outing on Kompakt, the Israeli producer makes his debut for Guy Gerber's Rumors label (think Lake People, Miss Kitten, Seth Troxler and Puff Daddy!). This two track serving dives deep into peak time clubland with "No Drama" the more emotive option with a strong Middle Eastern motif giving a warm Mediterranean cadence and deep touch to its whimsical percussive sequences, clearing the way for a deeper, trippier and undeniably club-centric "What Happened To Me" b-side hit.
Review: Ascendant Israeli producer Roy Rosenfeld has recently hit his stride, if releases on top labels such as Systematic, Kompakt and Trapez are surely any indication. His new one for Lee Burridge's All Day I Dream follows up last year's When We Were Innocent EP. The vibe on the Rumbaia EP sees the Tel Aviv-based producer follow in the footsteps of hometown heroes such as Guy Gerber and Shlomi Aber on slinky and melodic tech-house cuts such as the title track or "Megakraft", while he also demonstrates that he keenly has his finger on the pulse of the burgeoning local progressive house sound - on such atmospheric journeys like "Trip To Heaven" which go deep into tribal territory.