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Jona Jefferies / Gallo / Peedoo - Buena Onda Live at Kugelbahn
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Buena Onda - Looking for the Balearic Trick or Treat 31/10/2017 Jona Jefferies, Gallo & Marco peeDoo Gallerani back2back2back Live at Kugelbahn/Wedding/Berlin

Buena Onda
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Giorgia Morandi - Children of the Sky (Orig. Instr. + Francisco Dub Edit) SNIPPETS
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Hell Yeah Recordings are pleased to announce they have been tempted into the reissue market. As such, the label starts a new off shoot, PERDIO (roughly meaning ‘lost’ in Portuguese) which will focus on putting out re-issues and new remixes of classic or forgotten gems. The fist one is a newly remastered instrumental version and new Francisco Dub of Giorgia Morandi’s ‘Children of the Sky’, a cover of the italo-classic “Figli delle Stelle by Alan Sorrenti which just happened to be released 40 years ago. 
 The label has been two years in the planning and all started when label boss Marco was at the Gratis Club season closing party a few years ago when cult Italian figure Francisco (of Edizioni Mondo/Jolly Music) was DJing. “At some point, he came out with the instrumental of this tune, and I was in heaven,” remembers Marco. “It was a super cheap Italo 12" from Ala Bianca in Italy, a “bad” cover of Figli delle Stelle... I asked Francisco if he was up for editing the track in case I got rights, and here we are.” 
 The brilliant , remastered, original is seven sizzling minutes of elastic Italo house with happy chords that reach for the skies. Naive melodies and keys add to the colourful effect and cannot help to sweep your heart and get your feet tapping, especially with the rugged bassline that probs it up and the big drums that help drive it along. The special Francisco Dub Edit then builds and builds leaving the main hook for the very end... when it arrives you will be sent into raptures of Italo joy. Chris Coco "the Francisco edit is a magnificent extended version of an old track that sounds surprisingly current and exciting."

Italo Disco
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3iO - Back to New Roots (Serotonin Fuelled Jazz Covers) SNIPPETS
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Hell Yeah’s next project is to revisit a collection of jazz covers of dance classics. Back To New Roots (Serotonin Fuelled Jazz Covers) was first released in 2011 by 3iO, a band lead by double bassist Manuel Moretti and including Richard Maggioni on piano and Matteo Giordani on drums. 
 This album, however, which originally stated as a joke to challenge the musicians to do something different and flip dance, alternative and chill out hits from Fat Boy Slim, Groove Armada, Chemical Brothers, Royskopp, Underworld, Spiller and DJ Shadow into new forms, proves what playing skills the group had. 
 Now presented on special 180g vinyl and with magical art from Andrea Amaducci for the first time, Back To New Roots (Serotonin Fuelled Jazz Covers) has already got support from the likes of Giles Peterson, Chris Coco and Jon Sa Trinxa. ‘Eple’ has also already proved a big download hit, so this release pays dues to some talented musicians who embraced a crazy idea. 
 Opener ‘Eple’ is all fat bass and wandering keys and oozes an inimitable jazz-funk. ‘Les Nuits’ is a more tender, late night track of sombre chords, and ‘Soul Vibration’ becomes a romantic downtempo classic. ‘Organ Donor’ retains the darkness of the classic original but with a new found jazz energy, and ‘Groovejet (If This Ain’t Love) is a nimble, on your toes gem. ‘Right Here, Right Now’ is flipped into a slowed down and plaintive piece, ‘Born Slippy’ lifts the energy levels with splashes of cymbals and superb live drums and ‘Always’ closes on a tender note with dusty snares and tangs of bass. 
 A new side project from Manuel Moretti may well follow on Hell yeah in the near future, but for now this collection provides plenty of magical moments for a different kind of dance floor.

Serotonin Fuelled Jazz Covers
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Quiroga - Non Dire Notte (feat. 291Out)
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Hell Yeah is proud to present a new EP from an artist that has been on their radar for a while. That artist is Napoli’s Quiroga aka Walter Del Vecchio, the Italian DJ and producer who also runs his own Really Swing label and has been given props by the in the know Test Pressing blog, as well as having all his tunes dropped by Balearic Gabba Sound System at every opportunity. One of the finest talents to come from Italy in recent times, Quiroga cooks up hypnotic and trance including sounds from a myriad of diverse influences from opiate jazz to shuffling funk beats, from shifty landscapes to library music. NON DIRE NOTTE—featuring Acido and Really Swing act 291Out members Luca “Presence" Carini on electric bass and Vincenzo “Warren" Ciorra on electric guitar—is even more lazy and elongated, horizontal and blissed out. Twanging guitars off set pixelated synths, squelchy chords and Afro signifiers bring the heat and overall you cannot fail to get lost in the groove.

Quiroga
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The Vendetta Suite - Colin Wilson said
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Hell Yeah’s next EP is a first solo release since 2012 from The Vendetta Suite aka Belfast’s Gary Irwin. It features six tracks all handpicked by label boss Marco from vast unreleased vaults that have already been played by David Holmes, and it comes with a great backstory. Marco’s first ever E was at a UK club in Wandsworth in 1995. Joey Beltram was supposed to be on but missed his flight, so instead David Holmes played an extended set. It won Marco over instantly and since then he has been an avid fan, in awe of Holme’s game changing Essential Mix and snapping up all the releases on his 13amp label, including one by The Vendetta Suite, who was in house engineer at David Holmes' Exploding Plastic Inevitable studio. Other tracks from the artist including cult b-side ‘Hula Bop’ became classic staples in Marco’s sets as Balearic Gabba Soundsystem and so he recently reached out to the Newtownards man and told him all this via Soundcloud. After chatting, Irwin invited Marco to pick some tracks from his vaults and they are now presented here for the first time with the amazing artwork by Andrea Amaducci that combines the producer’s sense of humour and the esoteric. Opener ‘Sirius’ sets a lush tone with its wash of rippling chords and soft rock grooves carry you off into a sunset. From there the charming spring time sounds of ‘Tacos For Zowie’ mix bumpy drums with guitar riffs, whistles and cosmic synths, and Just Like Joe is a flower power spy movie theme tune that races along with orchestral elegance. ‘Shut Up Ya Dub’ slows things down with wobbly bass, tons of reverb and acid twitches and ‘Eye In The Triangle’ is an exquisite dub cut full of studio trickery and sci-fi feelings that Scientist would be proud of. Closer ‘Colin Wilson Said’ is a widescreen ambient cut with spread synths, distant arpeggios and an intergalactic feel that leaves you drifting in outer space. This is a cinematic EP that draws on myriad musical styles and showcases Irwin’s peerless studio skills. www.nts.live/shows/david-holmes/episodes/god-s-waiting-room-w-david-holmes-25th-september-2017 www.nts.live/shows/andrewweatherall/episodes/andrewweatherall-26th-october-2017 "Excellent melodic cosmic tunes for the urban spaceperson" Richard Norris (Beyond The Wizard Sleeve) "Colin Wilson Said is a nice trancer! James Zabiela "this is a trip! Sirius my fav but loving Eye on the Triangle too. really great EP" Dream Chimney

The Vendetta Suite
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The Vendetta Suite - Eye in the Triangle
Hell Yeah Recordings

Hell Yeah’s next EP is a first solo release since 2012 from The Vendetta Suite aka Belfast’s Gary Irwin. It features six tracks all handpicked by label boss Marco from vast unreleased vaults that have already been played by David Holmes, and it comes with a great backstory. Marco’s first ever E was at a UK club in Wandsworth in 1995. Joey Beltram was supposed to be on but missed his flight, so instead David Holmes played an extended set. It won Marco over instantly and since then he has been an avid fan, in awe of Holme’s game changing Essential Mix and snapping up all the releases on his 13amp label, including one by The Vendetta Suite, who was in house engineer at David Holmes' Exploding Plastic Inevitable studio. Other tracks from the artist including cult b-side ‘Hula Bop’ became classic staples in Marco’s sets as Balearic Gabba Soundsystem and so he recently reached out to the Newtownards man and told him all this via Soundcloud. After chatting, Irwin invited Marco to pick some tracks from his vaults and they are now presented here for the first time with the amazing artwork by Andrea Amaducci that combines the producer’s sense of humour and the esoteric. Opener ‘Sirius’ sets a lush tone with its wash of rippling chords and soft rock grooves carry you off into a sunset. From there the charming spring time sounds of ‘Tacos For Zowie’ mix bumpy drums with guitar riffs, whistles and cosmic synths, and Just Like Joe is a flower power spy movie theme tune that races along with orchestral elegance. ‘Shut Up Ya Dub’ slows things down with wobbly bass, tons of reverb and acid twitches and ‘Eye In The Triangle’ is an exquisite dub cut full of studio trickery and sci-fi feelings that Scientist would be proud of. Closer ‘Colin Wilson Said’ is a widescreen ambient cut with spread synths, distant arpeggios and an intergalactic feel that leaves you drifting in outer space. This is a cinematic EP that draws on myriad musical styles and showcases Irwin’s peerless studio skills. www.nts.live/shows/david-holmes/episodes/god-s-waiting-room-w-david-holmes-25th-september-2017 www.nts.live/shows/andrewweatherall/episodes/andrewweatherall-26th-october-2017 "Excellent melodic cosmic tunes for the urban spaceperson" Richard Norris (Beyond The Wizard Sleeve) "Colin Wilson Said is a nice trancer! James Zabiela "this is a trip! Sirius my fav but loving Eye on the Triangle too. really great EP" Dream Chimney

The Vendetta Suite
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The Vendetta Suite - Shut Up Ya Dub!
Hell Yeah Recordings

Hell Yeah’s next EP is a first solo release since 2012 from The Vendetta Suite aka Belfast’s Gary Irwin. It features six tracks all handpicked by label boss Marco from vast unreleased vaults that have already been played by David Holmes, and it comes with a great backstory. Marco’s first ever E was at a UK club in Wandsworth in 1995. Joey Beltram was supposed to be on but missed his flight, so instead David Holmes played an extended set. It won Marco over instantly and since then he has been an avid fan, in awe of Holme’s game changing Essential Mix and snapping up all the releases on his 13amp label, including one by The Vendetta Suite, who was in house engineer at David Holmes' Exploding Plastic Inevitable studio. Other tracks from the artist including cult b-side ‘Hula Bop’ became classic staples in Marco’s sets as Balearic Gabba Soundsystem and so he recently reached out to the Newtownards man and told him all this via Soundcloud. After chatting, Irwin invited Marco to pick some tracks from his vaults and they are now presented here for the first time with the amazing artwork by Andrea Amaducci that combines the producer’s sense of humour and the esoteric. Opener ‘Sirius’ sets a lush tone with its wash of rippling chords and soft rock grooves carry you off into a sunset. From there the charming spring time sounds of ‘Tacos For Zowie’ mix bumpy drums with guitar riffs, whistles and cosmic synths, and Just Like Joe is a flower power spy movie theme tune that races along with orchestral elegance. ‘Shut Up Ya Dub’ slows things down with wobbly bass, tons of reverb and acid twitches and ‘Eye In The Triangle’ is an exquisite dub cut full of studio trickery and sci-fi feelings that Scientist would be proud of. Closer ‘Colin Wilson Said’ is a widescreen ambient cut with spread synths, distant arpeggios and an intergalactic feel that leaves you drifting in outer space. This is a cinematic EP that draws on myriad musical styles and showcases Irwin’s peerless studio skills. www.nts.live/shows/david-holmes/episodes/god-s-waiting-room-w-david-holmes-25th-september-2017 www.nts.live/shows/andrewweatherall/episodes/andrewweatherall-26th-october-2017 "Excellent melodic cosmic tunes for the urban spaceperson" Richard Norris (Beyond The Wizard Sleeve) "Colin Wilson Said is a nice trancer! "James Zabiela "this is a trip! Sirius my fav but loving Eye on the Triangle too. really great EP" Dream Chimney

The Vendetta Suite
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The Vendetta Suite - Just Like Joe
Hell Yeah Recordings

Hell Yeah’s next EP is a first solo release since 2012 from The Vendetta Suite aka Belfast’s Gary Irwin. It features six tracks all handpicked by label boss Marco from vast unreleased vaults that have already been played by David Holmes, and it comes with a great backstory. Marco’s first ever E was at a UK club in Wandsworth in 1995. Joey Beltram was supposed to be on but missed his flight, so instead David Holmes played an extended set. It won Marco over instantly and since then he has been an avid fan, in awe of Holme’s game changing Essential Mix and snapping up all the releases on his 13amp label, including one by The Vendetta Suite, who was in house engineer at David Holmes' Exploding Plastic Inevitable studio. Other tracks from the artist including cult b-side ‘Hula Bop’ became classic staples in Marco’s sets as Balearic Gabba Soundsystem and so he recently reached out to the Newtownards man and told him all this via Soundcloud. After chatting, Irwin invited Marco to pick some tracks from his vaults and they are now presented here for the first time with the amazing artwork by Andrea Amaducci that combines the producer’s sense of humour and the esoteric. Opener ‘Sirius’ sets a lush tone with its wash of rippling chords and soft rock grooves carry you off into a sunset. From there the charming spring time sounds of ‘Tacos For Zowie’ mix bumpy drums with guitar riffs, whistles and cosmic synths, and Just Like Joe is a flower power spy movie theme tune that races along with orchestral elegance. ‘Shut Up Ya Dub’ slows things down with wobbly bass, tons of reverb and acid twitches and ‘Eye In The Triangle’ is an exquisite dub cut full of studio trickery and sci-fi feelings that Scientist would be proud of. Closer ‘Colin Wilson Said’ is a widescreen ambient cut with spread synths, distant arpeggios and an intergalactic feel that leaves you drifting in outer space. This is a cinematic EP that draws on myriad musical styles and showcases Irwin’s peerless studio skills. www.nts.live/shows/david-holmes/episodes/god-s-waiting-room-w-david-holmes-25th-september-2017 www.nts.live/shows/andrewweatherall/episodes/andrewweatherall-26th-october-2017 "Excellent melodic cosmic tunes for the urban spaceperson" Richard Norris (Beyond The Wizard Sleeve)

The Vendetta suite
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