Review: Indigo – There’s Only You

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Indigo - There's Only You


Swing City Records

From one of my top five favorite labels comes another wonderful gem of soulful loving, breakin’ down the true sounds of quality house: Indigo. It was produced by Martin “Mayhem” Ikin (worked with Tom Gianelli on Soul Purpose Records) with his Indigo project for the three release on Swing City, following up “Real Love,” which was featured on Key to the City, mixed by Grant Nelson. It features the silk-like tones (think Toni Braxton) of Elisabeth Troy backed up by the label’s quality funky-ass bass and key styles. Including club, dub and a capella mixes, there’s no goin’ wrong with this little hottie that will massage the floor for the rest of the year.


This review originally appeared in Headphones, September 2004, Issue 189.