Energies within musical sounds like the Deep House genre verge on subtleties tending to transport the listener, raver, on a journey that is best described as gradual or “progressive”. It’s rare that the culture of the dance floor takes such a prominent position within the shaping of the music itself. Contemporary producers instead opting for the artistic rather then the practical.
When the crowd call “We want to dance” producers like Dimi are there to answer. His genre defining fusion of Hip-Hop and House components are blended so well it would appear to any new listener that both sounds were on this evolutionary path anyway. Dimi’s sound is vibrant and fresher then the Hip-House of yesteryear. It doesn’t even sound like the work of someone from Lamia, Greece. What it does remind you of are the times House producers made music with the sole intent they became classics.