With artists like Loco Dice, Guy Gerber, tINI and Martin Buttrich in its discography, Desolat built quite a reputation. The second release in 2012 on Desolat is signed by a man who needs no introduction, Pirupa.
This Italian producer developed quite a reputation by releasing his music on several big labels. Party Non Stop contains a vocal andinstrumental version. The combinations of the old school bass line and nu school minimal clique sounds are the head elements that make this release. The loopy based track is simple but, for its floor-slaying propensity, comes over like a WMC anthem elect. Where the instrumental with all its effects is darker, the vocal version is more for the bigger events.
DJ QU, the man behind Strength Music, rounds up the EP with a healthy dose of drama with his epic raw remix. While his remix starts with a different heavy bass line ending up in the atmospheric break, the second part of the track is sounding more like the original. Two tracks in one, but on an decent, accepted and fluent way.