Saturday, March 23, 2013
Boston house producer Dana Kelley, aka Callisto, aka Krimp, and sundry other monikers, passed away a couple of months back. He was a producer who I've always returned to over the years, but was very underrated and slept on. He recorded for a reasonable range of labels, but for me he did his best work for Chicago's Guidance, a label which I feel was every bit as influential as the likes of Cajual, Relief or, journeying away from the windy city, Classic. I'm very late to the party here, but I'm going to play a record by him on my radio show tonight, so here's a belated tribute. More to follow soon.