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Roman Cigi needs his ‘Voices’ to be heard.

One of the most innovative and cross-genre producers and DJ’s currently working the Ministry of Sound/Itaca/Paradiso circuit, Roman Cigi was born in Slovakia but now resides in London; that cross-European background serves him in good stead here with new single ‘Voices’, a perfect slice of old-school Euro-Deep House/Trance/Progressive House that’s both fresh and retro all at once.

Immediately, it sounds like all those massive 90’s Balearic bangers; Black Box, Seal & Adamski, and absolutely Blue Pearl’s “ Naked In The Rain”. Deep, breathy female vocals over thundering drum and bass, smack in the trancey-techno sweet-spot of 125 BPM. It’s a perfect clubby dance track, and – if Covid hadn’t crashed the party – deserves to be filling dancefloors all over the country this summer.

You can check out ‘Voices’ on Spotify; follow Roman Cigi here or on Instagram.

Review by Alex Holmes

Roman Cigi is back with the sunset lovers anthem ‘Summer Storm’ feat. Bailey Jehl

Producer extraordinaire Roman Cigi is here with his Tropical House infused with a couple of straw hats and tasty ice-blocks of trance, this is a fantastic song called ‘Summer Storm‘.

Slovakian-born DJ/Producer Roman Cigi is now London-based and enjoying his charge up the music scene in the UK.

Roman has long ago stepped out of the box as a music maker and mixer. He can re-contextualize any music in a creative and novel way, and has a breadth and depth of knowledge, of different genres through which he can flow effectively. He’s working with 10 different genres of music, also preparing some special mixes for the future.

Summer Storm‘ from Roman Cigi brings us a hotel lobby lovers anthem with this stunning song full of sax, sex, sultry beats and beautiful people all over the place. This is about the passion of the chase, the hunt of the night and the never ending lust for true love. This is a fine track that showcases the unmatched skills of Roman Cigi.

Click here for the YouTube link to see the visuals.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen