Saints & Sonnets is the new imprint from producer Huxley and journalist/dj Jimmy Posters, andit debuts with 3 Feet High from Ethyl & Huxley backed with remixes from Roman Flugel.A chance meeting at a Berlin after-party and the subsequent musical discussions planted theseed for Saints & Sonnets a label dedicated to the full spectrum of quality house music. Thepairing of a talented, hugely prolific producer and an equally productive critic/writer is an enticingprospect for label management and the roster of 001 is the icing on the cake.Ethyl & Huxley, who have released for Quintessentials, Tsuba, Secret Sundaze and manybefore between them, are a duo that are worthy of hype. Their releases, either collaboratively oras solo artists, have delivered some genuine highlights in deep house over the past few years winning support from Patrice Scott, Jus Ed, Steffi, Christopher Rau and countless other doyensof deep.3 Feet High sees the Hertfordshire-born duo of Ethyl & Huxley turn in a powerful, rounded deephouse cut that uses contrasting brute-force bass and light melodies to brilliant effect. Thelayering of jacking, shuffled subs and FM bass makes for and incredibly weighty base to a trackbut the additions of superb rhythmic breaks, arrangement tweaks and subtle string and chordsamples make 3 Feet High an excellent judged piece of house.Roman Flugel, a producer that needs little introduction, extends an incredibly rich run of formwith two excellent interpretations of 3 Feet High. Much like his recent EP for Dial, Flugelsremixes of 3 Feet High are the epitome of 21st Century house. Gently perverting classic deephouse aesthetics the Darmstadt-born producer threads his beautiful house interpretations withoddball synth work and pacing. Whether you opt for the dub feel of Mix 2 or the straighterhouse vibe of digital-only Mix 1, theres no doubt this is a master class in remixing.