Cuartero makes an impressive label debut on Joey Daniel's SiO Records with his Persefone EP. A veteran of Spain's house scene, with a decade-long career and a thriving label (Cuartero Concept), the artist explores the boundaries of house, minimal, and techno. "Persefone" begins the EP with a blend of skippy rhythms, wiggly synths, and subtle acid accents. "Cu Chu" takes a deep dive into low-end frequencies with wobbly basslines and industrial kicks, while "Otaclock" offers a groove-laden journey guided by enchanting vocals and bumping bass hits. Wrapping it up is "I Never", a stripped-down and raw sonic exploration that now sees Cuartero calling the likes of Sepp, Nu Zau, and Guti his label mates.
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