His latest project ‘Be Quiet’ is an impactful tech house workout, containing powerful bass-lines and distinctive eerie percussion. Starting out with a subtle, almost clock-like electronic synth accompanied by a kick, ‘Be Quiet’ ascends with a curvier rhythm and diverse contextual noises, whilst a soft voice initiates the next segment. Marcelo Demarco throws down an infectious bass-line, whilst keeping the mesmerising rhythm throughout, adding a paint of vibrant electronic effects. Once again a whisper leads to the next part, where the production intensifies with the aid of curious Synth chords, which are perfectly blended into the mix. A marimba-like sound and highly compressed drum-fills are added to give more movement to the production whilst climbing to an even higher energy level. A drop is then introduced; the marimba sound becomes more prominent whilst the vocals take over. A short drum solo gets the energy pumping and lifts the track to its full-form again with sporadic drum fills giving the production an added ethnic feel. Once again, Marcelo Demarco makes use of a well-pexecuted drop to take the song through its final surge of power. This drop transcends into a minute ascension, which fades away in the final seconds of the song, ending with a whisper of ‘Quiet’ – ironic as the production is anything but this, but it all works together impeccably and will no doubt be doing the damage on the dance floor.