Dutch DJ/producer Karmon returns to Solomun's Diynyamic label with a four-track salvo that sits somewhere between classic deep house, main room techiness and late night looseness. Things get started with vocal cut "Take My Hand", whose chugging groove is reminiscent of Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger". While Terry Shand's vocal is an acquired taste, Karmon makes great use of some touchy-feely melodies and alien-sounding synths. There's a tasty Dub, too, for those who are vocal-averse. "When Dark Becomes Light" is pleasingly picturesque, while retaining enough sturdy dancefloor chops, while "Feel It" is as bracing as a morning jog in sub-zero temperatures.
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