Review: Thus far, Secret Crunch has been all about Roman Rauch and Moony Me. The pair have struck a wonderful working relationship, and together they've been delivering some beautifully executed house music; unlike the majority of snoozing 'deep' house out there, this gear takes us back to the golden era while still sounding fresh and provocative. "Don't You Try" is a sublime, piano-led house monster for all sorts of DJs to churn out, whereas "Boogie Trip" and "Crunchy Skit" showcase a slower, funkier hip-hop sensibility that is missing more and more from dance music. On the B-side, "Screwdriver" blasts off some shady, percolated house in the same tone as Kyle Hall or Theo Parrish, "Resig Nation" is another fine piece of old-school mentality, whereas "Love Deserter" brings it all back down to a beautifully jazzy frame of mind. TIP!