Music Reviews

Miguel Migs

Nude Tempo One

Naked / Astralwerks

If Naked Music is currently the empire of deep house, then Miguel Migs is most definitely the genreÃs crown prince. Bringing out all that is sexy and soulful in the music, Migs knows how to produce a powerful, pelvic thrust and can seriously piece together a moan-and-groan mix that will move you to orgiastic delights. Migs, in Nude Tempo One, is a fine jeweler who brings the perfect clarity, carat, and cut in each song. There are beautiful dance gems on this mix (by the likes of Migs, Kerri Chandler, Nathan Haines, Onda, Blue Six, Satin Souls, and Lisa Shaw) that make up a glimmering, ostentatious necklace with Fusion Groove Orchestra and Simon Green’s “The Dream” as its centerpiece. This is the deep, soulful stuff that has house going strong in its third decade and shows you why Migs and Naked are leading the charge.

Naked Music: http://www.naked-music.com • Astralwerks: http://www.astralwerks.com


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