Review: Vincent Floyd's Dawn Notes label scores a big one here with a new release from the legendary Chicago house producer Wyndell Long. Long's legacy reaches back to the '90s when he landed himself a deal with Peacefrog Records, kick starting a prolific run through all kinds of labels from Fiji to Isophlux, Djax-Up-Beats and beyond. You can hear the experience woven into his productions, but they're far from throwback jack tracks. "A History Of Warmth" is a heady opener, all submerged bass and hazy pads. "Enter The Maze" is a little more forthright but still comfortably rocking in the deeper end of the house music pool, but then "LFO Reprise" flips the script on the B side with a pepped up set of box beats and nagging synth lines to make heads turn. "Smoke" rounds the EP out with dusty samples and streamlined rhythms - a functional, funky workout.