Having only been producing for less than a year now, Karmon has already released some of 2012’s most charted deep house tracks. His signature gritty, heavy, driving basslines were a highlight in his debut EP, “Turning Point”. With such an interesting and moving sound, he recently caught the eye of “Producer of the Year,” Solomun, who promptly signed Karmon to his promising young Diynamic team. On Diynamic, Karmon released the dancefloor-favorite EP, “Wowshit.” This album featured a collaboration with Romanian duo NTFO, as well as another original banger. His second effort on Diynamic, “Feel It,” further strengthens his growing reputation as a do-no-wrong producer. The EP starts off with the catchy, soulful, and funky track, “Take My Hand.” This song begins with the familiar signature Diynamic short guitar riff and explodes into a sexy deep house track with passionate male vocals complimenting an intricate and ever-changing bassline. Karmon then offers a Dub version of “Take My Hand” as the second track for DJ’s who find the vocals not quite fitting in the mix, or for those who simply didn’t like the vocals (but, who wouldn’t?). Next on the EP, “When Dark Becomes Night,” begins sounding like a driving deep house thumper, but then opens into a stirring, light, and impassioned nu-disco jam. Finally, the EP closes out with the title track, “Feel It.” This song is full of twists and turns, eerie synths to ghostly vocals to dirty gritty bass. The whole album is sure to be charted frequently in the coming months, and shows the promising future Karmon has.