Russian artist Tuneon debuted on Cyanide two years ago, with his fantastic ep Who Said Old Skool. During these months he has consolidated himself as a solid artist of the deep house scene, with releases on top notch labels such as Toolroom, Tenampa, My Little Dog, Society 3.0 or Summer 2016 Tuneon comes back to Cyanide with Sensitivity, presenting a more mature sound, but also keeping his genuine hallmarks. The title track is an incredible piece of underground deep house music, with powerful and dark analog synths, catchy vocals and a killer groove. Undoubtedly, the best track Tuneon has produced so far. The first remix comes from the also Russian – but Berlin adopted – duo Quadrakey. They have stood out the piano, and added a good bunch of analog drums and acid synths, obtaining a harder version of the original track, perfect for peak time hours. Spanish producer David Museen has made the second remix of the ep. He has stripped down Sensitivity and added some massive breaks, having as a result a catchy tech house weapon. The fourth and last track of the release is Ahora. Darker and deeper than Sensitivity, with super fat analog synths punching your face. No vocals needed in this one, the synths talk by themselves. Can you dig it?