This weekend news surfaced that house DJ/producer Romanthony died on May 7 in Austin, Texas. Known for his ’90s underground hits “Let Me Show You Love” and “The Wanderer,” as well as fronting Daft Punk’s “One More Time” and “Too Long,” the cause of the artist’s death has not been yet made public but was confirmed via his sister and several friends and collaborators on social media. With a unique style incorporaingd Prince’s lyricism and Green Velvet’s dance floor grooves, Romanthony was a unique and original voice in house music. He most recently featured on Kris Menace’s Features and was reportedly working on a track with Boys Noize.
“It is so sad,” Boyz Noize tweeted yesterday. “Romanthony and me were working on such an amzing song together. he said it was the best song he had ever written.”
Romanthony, whose real name was Anthony Moore, was only 46.
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