Review: Guti is arguably one of dance music's most enthusiastic collaborators. To date, the Argentine producer has released joint productions with an impressive list of house and techno talent, including Martin Buttrich, Shlomi Aber, Benny Rodriguez, Morgan and Guy Gerber. On this 12", he's joined in the studio by Romanian rising star Cristi Cons. The like-minded pair hit the ground running with "Volver", a stomping tech-house floor-filler whose tough, acid-flecked groove and metronomic bassline come wrapped in ghostly chords and trippy electronics. Over on the B-side, "Nuevo" is a chunky but spacey deep house affair. That track is given the remix treatment by Enzo Siragusa, who brilliantly toughens it up and drags it further towards peak-time techno territory.
Review: The FUSE London crew are back everyone, look out! Bringing the sound of their legendary daytime raves to us again and getting straight down to business on Enzo Siragusa's third edition of 5 are label mainstays Rich NxT (with the rolling and adrenalised "Badass") and the always impressive OdD aka Damian Daley & Danny Dixon joined by newcomer Rossko (making his production debut) on the rolling hypnotism of "Jabba The Hut". On the flip is Moscow Records boss Archie Hamilton (another mainstay of the label) with the woozy and tripped out after hours deepness of "Cirrus" and the Deep End Soundsystem affiliated Sam Bellis with the gutsy acid driven "Solstrole".
Review: There's minimal house goodness aplenty from this latest release on the Fuse imprint, with top dog of the outfit Enzo Sirgausa linking up with long-standing French champ Alexkid for three surefire club rockers. "Kilimanjaro 2" gets busy with its shuffly beat and wobbling sub bass, but there's still room for a blissful breakdown rich in sweeping pads and vocal licks. "Kilimanjaro 3" follows a similar groovy tact, with a more punchy bassline adding to the cheeky bump of the cut to great effect. Then "Kilimanjaro 4" rounds things off with a more spartan effort that places all the low end thump on the kick and keeps the top end percussion more delicate and poised for a different kind of effect in the heart of the night.