<House> Tel Aviv based producer Guy Mantzur prides himself in defying simple genre classification in his productions. Having collaborated recently on productions and remixes with the likes of Hernan Cattaneo, Dave Seamen, Argy, Guy J, Roy Rosenfeld, Shlomi Aber, Lutzenkirchen, and many more, it’s fair to say the man can whip together an accomplished beat. Moments is everything I have mentioned above. The intro is a deep ambient swirl of melody that sucks one in quite convincingly. But it IS a dance album so once this gorgeous intro is over, it’s straight into the 4 to the floor sounds of title track, Moments – the vocal mix; strangely there is hardly a vocal used though, Nonetheless it’s a lovely, deep smoker that really sets a nice groove. Moments is arranged I assume in the same way he’d play it in a set. With each track the basslines get a bit busier, but the overall tone and ambience of this 14-tracker is quite ethereal and atmospheric. In a nutshell it’s a great mix of oldskool house elements combined with progressive house and a smattering of tech house. Despite Mantzur’s many Beatport chart successes, I am sure Moments will leave many in no doubt as to the talent that is Guy Mantzur, certainly a name to watch out for.