- Following on from the fast rise of ViVA producer Leon last year, Pirupa looks set to be the next Italian to come into focus for fans of a certain dance floor-ready, booty-shaking and steely tech house sound. It is with "Party Non Stop" that he makes the step up to Loco Dice's Desolat, a loopy track with turbocharged boosts of diving sub, flapping and snapping snares and an instructive vocal that brazenly repeats the track's title. It's stupidly simple but, for its floor-slaying propensity, comes over like a WMC anthem-elect.
As well as a voiceless instrumental version, Dice includes something he may well call upon during his Under 300 tour—namely a much more confined, detailed remix from DJ Qu. Baring scant relation to the original, his version is typically imperfect and foggy, with clouds of kick drums and sub bass drifting along as suggestive little percussive ticks pop through at sporadic intervals. The vocal here is more urgent, breaking free from the surrounding shadowy cover like a mysterious whisper in the dead of night, only to shirk back into the murkiness, this time with you following close behind.
A Party Non Stop (Vocal)
B1 Party Non Stop (DJ Qu Remix)
B2 Party Non Stop (Instrumental)