With releases on MiniSktech and Matt Tolfrey's Leftroom, it's safe to say that Naples producer Cennamo's star is in the ascent- and this release for Loco Dice's Desolat label will do his reputation no harm. The title track eases the listener in with a gentle house groove based on live drum sounds and spacey riffs. This theme continues on "Dejame Asi", where Cennamo uses ethnic chants and rave whistles to create an old school feel. Musical leanings notwithstanding, Cennamo is also capable of creating dynamic dancefloor grooves, and "Cuando Tu Quieres" is a drummy DJ tool, while the jazz-tinged, tribal house of "We Don't Care" will also have huge DJ appeal.
Naples producer Giuseppe Cennamo leads Desolat down a tribal house route with Dance. "Let Your Love Flow" is a rolling, drum-heavy track, lent a somewhat atmospheric edge by the pitched down vocal sample at its centre. "Don't Move" is more up-tempo, as an insistent vocal snippet seeks to liberate itself from Cennamo's dense arrangement. Elsewhere, a celebratory feeling is to the fore: "Marimba" centres on a rolling arrangement, but its snappy drums and vocal sample, which seems to be intoning 'come on of yeah', lends it an uplifting feeling. Meanwhile, the title track is also based on a rolling groove, and here the spacey vocals, saxophone squeals and rave whistles have devastating effect.