<Urban House> Moon Dancing serves up 10 super slick, smoothly mixed vocal house tracks that are deep and soulful. Produced by Nutty Nys (and Miza) and engineered by Nys too, there’s no arguing the quality of the music. Miza’s voice suits the laid back easy going, dreamy grooves overlaid liberally with jazzy Rhodes chord stabs and some really interesting and well thought out percussive grooves. It’s not all smooth-as-butter songs though. Track 7 and clearly the most likely hit single, Superhero which features Flabba, he of Skwatta Kamp notoriety, is a clever groover with real pop sensibilities. Moon Dancing also features a couple of super cool Nutty Nys remixes notably Accapella written originally by David Guetta and company. It’s a mad, crazy nine minute track that certainly morphs in and out of some strange soundscapes. All in all it’s a decent debut album by Miza although it does feel a few tracks short of a genuine full length album with a few fillers here and there. Nonetheless with Nys at the helm on production duties you can be sure that his stamp of quality does shine through.