The luscious enhancement and appetizing accentuation of a production seem to illuminate more brightly when it’s being played at certain times of night; as well as during various points of the day too.
Ol’ Stevey-boy-Mill is most certainly all-man, and gliding along like a couple of nicely dressed skating duo’s on a sea bed of frozen ice, are three natural flavours to get all sorts of dessert flavoured fans and their dancing spoons & mouths watering.
‘Gliders’ and ‘The Streets’ have a typical back room & “setting the pace” fashion to them, but a noteworthy hallmark notice has to be put on call for the title track of the same name, ‘You Really Know.’
Carefully structured with floating, swinging keys and a haunting looped vocal sprinkled over the top – in parts; ‘You Really Know’ steps up to the table as a hip swaying, it’s time to get our feet to the dance floor number – for many, many creative months to come. Beautifully made, Steve Mill’s most recent EP does the epic respectful trick on full housey-tilt.