Getting 2017 off to a fine start, Desolat have again called upon the services of Cuartero, the DJ and producer whose profile is on the rise following releases on Hot Creations, Moon Harbour and Viva. The Spaniard's sound sits somewhere between house and techno and the Nosy Neighbours EP is no exception. The title track gets down with some funky and rolling main room business after the massive drop but "Multiverso" is more stripped back and functional, not to mention soulful: this one is reminiscent of Joris Voorn's Detroit influenced work. "Who Put The Bomp" is definitely going to appeal to DJs looking to rock The White Isle this summer and will catch fans of Audiojack or Leftwing & Kody.
Spanish producer Cuartero has been on a roll at the moment, with a succession of great releases on top labels like Saved, Repopulate Mars and Desolat. He reappears here for Hot Creations, following up some great ones for the label a couple of years back. Featuring the rolling, main-room people mover "Moon Crash", jam packed full of swing-fuelled rhythms, big bassline and trippy samples galore - this one's guaranteed to the rock the White Isle this Summer. "Moon Crash" (Sneak & Tripmastaz SP1200 Fire mix) sees both the original house gangster with the Ukraine's most underrated producer teaming up for some really loopy and infectious shenanigans. Second original offering "Kool Luv" gets deeper and dirtier on this sleazy little number destined for the afterhours dancefloor.