>Patio de Juegos<, which translates as >Playground<, is a wonderful multi-genre journey through the mind of an artist who is both on top of his game, and on the rise towards the stars. Lashings of his ever-present South American heritage infuse with incredibly intricate and perfectly simple house structures that give the whole album its almost >child at play< ethos that is rarely found in electronic music. Future club hits such as >Wanna Be<, with its nod to the historical upbeat lineage of house music, and >All the Girls<, with its chugging rhythm, trickling piano loops and erotic vocals sit effortlessly alongside more experimental and jazz inspired tracks such as the explorative >Still here<. Another fine example is >Sun<, with its deep bass line punctuated with the sun-soaked synths and summer high-hats that export listeners away to a warm utopia. Guti produces a number of tracks with high profile artists from both within and outside the DJ fraternity - a sign of his increasing popularity within electronica, and also his innate ability to collaborate with more mainstream artists.