The bass pad rises and falls with slight filter tweaks - the mood is outstanding. Everything drops out and it's just the low hum of a spooky bass, then a subtle crash, kick and percussion as the bass filters up to a higher frequency, then drops to a slight roar - perfect for mixing and laying up your next track.
There is lots of mood and atmosphere going on in this - great for building in any direction. Yeah, Gui! (7.5/10)
On 'Symmetria' loose and twisted patterns catch up when the kick drops, a mid-range rim bounces about for a bit, yielding to a clap that lends a Chicago jack feel. A soft funky guitar soon glides in making all panties wet and sweat marks deep.
The beginning of a soft pad hit adds a beautiful ambience while another matching pad over the top with more vocal tones runs around the listener. This loop seems neverending with the deep, groovy bass. Everything drops to the pads and the percussive loop as they swap space amongst themselves for a long break down. Abruptly the bass, kick, rim and clap jump back in without the pads, a true hands-in-the-air moment. Trust me, I saw it happen throughout the summer when Tania Vulcano was caning this one. Great groove, very twisted and punchy. (8.2/10)