Celebration days at Flumo. We are introducing the second reference of Flumo Limited, both in digital and vinyl formats, so the stars are aligned showing us the way Everything makes sense thanks to Dixie Yure, who under the pseudonym has just created a warm, sexual, organic deep-house jewel. Top class. Thus, though not yet published, it usually opens Watergates sessions, and makes people who listen to it to ask every dj for it. Indeed it sounds great, with a powerful bassline that grips you from the very first moment: lot of class and future. The evocative atmosphere, sunny and sensual... the voices and all those little but important details in delicious windy and guitar samples, end up with a music stuck in your mind. Canadian James Teej joins the party with a sublime remix, bringing a piece which almost doubles the originals length. The extra-energy comes from a bathing in the best Detroit house, a glorious keyboard inviting to a cosmic trip. Now we have just wait for their next illuminations so they can bring essentials as these.