Ninguem - portuguese for nobody. We might never know whether this is an hommage to all the white labels and 'unknown artists' floating around. We only know this: the Ninguem Acredita EP really does not need to hide. Starting things off in a melancholic manner, EmBarCar keeps you engaged with a huge build up leading to spherical chords, a thumping kick drum and dubbed out cymbals and percussions. Moving on, Perdoa Me comes across as a solid club-stomper. It relentlessly raises gear after gear with haunting pads and stoic drum patterns until it culminates as a thick and mesmerizing bone-shaker if played on an appropriate system. Last but not least, Epifania delivers a tripped out acid-arpeggio playing with disco- and latin-elements and mesmerizing fx sections. The Ninguem Acredita EP puts on a proper show and establishes a dominating suspense which is difficult to escape from. A bomb on the dancefloor.