A classically-trained jazz virtuoso and national rock n roll hero in Argentina, Gutis double 12inch pack for Desolat will leave you in no doubt of his ability to twist a snaking groove into something echoingly hypnotic. The tracks contained here are already a favourite in the record boxes of artists like Loco Dice, Carl Cox and Marco Carola, while Gutis life story could itself be the subject of a story by Jorge Luis Borges: >I leave to several futures (not to all) my garden of forking paths<. Just two years after his first live sets in Europe, Desolat is proud to present Gutis Las Cosas Que No Se Tocan. The beats follow Guti across continents: Mr Good Vibes was composed in a hotel room in Stuttgart after an argument with a friend, while the serious dancefloor vibes of Sasa, the Hustler and Ieuuu were channelled in Martinez studio. ieuuu and the Hustler feature slices of glamorous, haunting vocals by Jayson Walker, a British singer that Guti discovered on Myspace. And Sasa boasts Gutis own vocal touches. Meanwhile, the track Aguanile is inspired by one of his favourite melodies as a child, one that he’s collected many versions of. The last track on the release, El Campeon, reaches a bittersweet ending in the wide open space between percussive trills and a cut-out refrain, inspired by Gutis favourite Latin storylines of broken hearts and pain.