Review: As our speakers remain to reverberate from "Look Right Through" almost two years after its release, Morgan Geist and Damon Scott's Storm Queen continues its disco assault with typical understated decadence. Just like their previous works, Scott's voice cuts through the mix with deep, crisp authority and genuine soul while Geist's deft analogue synth mastery paints a groove that singes through the last few decades of disco and house. Make no mistakes, this is already causing so many hands to raise on dancefloors, deodorant sales have increased in certain clubbing destinations by over 4000%
Review: Given the runaway crossover success of the (utterly superb) Storm Queen debut "Look Right Through", it was inevitable that producer Morgan Geist and vocalist Damon C Scott would try and repeat the trick. This follow-up single treads similar ground to its illustrious predecessor, lacing Scott's evocative vocals over Geist's delightful vintage house grooves (which, of course, come blessed with the Metro Area man's usual 808 disco sheen). It's a touch deeper than the super-hooky "Look Right Through", but that's no bad thing. While it's unlikely to scale the heights of its predecessor, "It Goes On" is still an excellent record. The dub, in particular, is spot on.