Review: Melchior Sultana's Profound Sound label hits its third release with some seriously deep-diving tones from those closest to the label. Owen Jay has long been a sparring partner to Sultana, and he's on fine form here with the understated immersion and snaking rhythms of "Bipyramid." Sultana himself is next up with the shimmering, smoky "Paris", while Colkin and Javonntte kick off the B side with the gorgeous vocal tones of "In My Soul". Deep88 finishes the record off with a little old-skool flavour, all driving drum machine jack and tweaked out techno synth expressions as melodic as they are futuristic.
Review: Melchior Sultana has not been short of labels to release on over the past few years, from deepArtSounds and Three Fingers Musique to Minuendo and 12Records, but here he can be found inaugurating the Profound Sound label with some of his trademark deep house tones. "Feel This" is a shimmering, nocturnal groover with mystery to match its subtle funkiness, while the live edit of "Give It To The Moon" has an easier vibe about it with its lingering, warm pads and breezy swing. "Treasures" shakes things up with a jazz funk twist, letting effervescent instrumentation flirt around the crooked house beat with stunning results and then the slow, sensual original version of "Give It To The Moon" cradles the remaining run time of the EP in a downtempo haze of easy beats and stirring vocals.