The Spanish duo wraps up this project with 4 original cuts in ‘QMCP pt.2’.
Infamous Spanish duo Depaart (Guille Marraco & Fran Zaragoza) is back on the shelves in all digital platforms since Friday 22nd of April with the awaited second half of their splitted album Quam Crédula Minima Postero ‚QMCP Pt.2‚. Part 1 was released last Spring as an ode to dance music vs. an incipient lower energy style on music releases due to the Pandemic and the lack of dance floors. Conceptually designed to make you dance, even in the worst possible context. ‚QMCP pt.2‘ comes, once again, with 4 original tracks following the same spirit of the previous half. The missing slice of bread on top of your sandwich, pretty much.
‚Distance‘ is presented as their first single, with original vocals from Guille and a noisy main bass that oscillates with a sub-bass giving the track hints of micro-house mixed with „pop“ music. ‚Denso‘ (meaning thick in Spanish) is a main synth phrase with heavy snares and a loopy bass that will curve your mustache.
The third track ‚Robledo‘ (as the name of the town where they have their studio since Lockdown) it’s a bit of a mindf**, that goes unexpectedly up and down driving you to a long drop, and touched by some classic vocal samples. To wrap it up: ‚Dusk/Down‘, a very melodic and intriguing track with a rich harmony that shifts focus between the bass and the main synth, spiced with a heavy kick and distorted percs.