Support - Wildkats (Hot Creations/Get Physical) , DFA - Juan MacLean, Samuel B (Pete Tong / Annie Mac) Radio1 BBC ,Freaks Justin Harris , Mark Farina, Giom, Miguel Migs, Inland Knights,Sonny Fodera (Cajual ) Solomun, Jay West, Jazzy Eyewear (so sound/Umalu Rec) Rob Made (Sleazy Deep) Greg Fenton (Magazine Sixty) Review - Music is 4 Lovers Da Sunlounge has been on full steam this year and causing a storm in the deep house circles, once again! Here, he delivers two cuts of deep and sexy house grooves for Myna. 'Whoever' kicks the release off with a warm, deep & pulsating analogue bass groove, layered over sleazy beats, disco bleeps, and spaced out key stabs. They build to form a sexy groove before the pitched down vocals, analogue synth and lush chords sit right on top and leads up to a huge crowd-moving drop. The track pauses momentarily to take a quick sharp breath before exploding back into the groove & heading back into full force once again for the dance floor. 'Cruisin' is again, a real deep house groove that is slightly moodier. Da Sunlounge takes the bpm down a bit. Acquiring beats/rhythms from an array of vintage drum machines, which compliment the old skool bassline and sets the mood of the track, ready for a cheeky vocal sample. Further deep/dark rhythms are thrown into the mix before yet another vintage tremolo style organ line works its magic over the groove to lead it into yet another crowd pleasing break. Using the vocal for full effect and creating a break that will knock any dance floor sideways!