Marketing Music, the wonderfully diverse label of Tim Paris readies itself to drop the most blissful of winter warmers as they welcome South African debutant, Jullian Gomes. Having been raised under the warmth of the African sun, on a diet of Portuguese chicken, Soul, Latin and Kwaito, it was the discovery of House music at a tender age that proved to be a defining moment. 2003 saw his first steps into the world of the DJ and it wasn't long before he creating his very own beats and releasing on Realtone and Earthrumental, the esteemed labels of Frank Roger and Deepershades Recordings. Following a successful participation in London's Red Bull Music Academy, Jullian stayed on, hooked up with UK house don Atjazz and set about widening his musical horizons. "Love Song 28" his debut for Marketing, proves that Jullian Gomes is a star in the making. Featuring the beautifully harmonic vocals of Bobby, "Love Song 28" has a modern air of the genial Brian Wilson. Its shuffling percussion and pulsing synths work with the vocal to produce a true future classic. Ewan Pearson provides the first of the remixes, laying the untouched vocal upon his brilliantly groovy low-slung acidic soundtrack, resplendent with cow-bell. An instrumental version of Ewan?s mix is also offered. Anonym provides a deeper more hypnotic take with the warm bass and smooth keys of his Dub.