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Gallo - Sverna
Hell Yeah Recordings

Hell Yeah welcome back Berlin based Gallo @matteogallerani for another fresh new release after his previous Remember to Forget EP made such an impact, while his classic-in-the-making ‘Faron’ (remixed by Fabrizio Mammarella) was played by all the coolest Balearic cats, as well as being the last track of seasonal BALEARIC comp. New signing My Friend Dario also serves up a remix to make this another red hot offering. Gallo is at the heart of the nu-balearic scene and has an expansive record collection and uplifting sound that makes for perfect horizontal listening. He is a member of the Balearic Gabba Sound System and with Hell Yeah boss Marco, and also helms the My Way radio show. For this new one he once again digs deep into ambient electronic escapes. ‘Sverna’ carries you away on a raft, right into the middle of the ocean with the warm sun beating down. The gentle drums lap against your feet as glistening little synths drift by like whispy clouds. On his remix, My Friend Dario layers in some long legged drums that bring you back to shire for a slow motion sunset boogie that is awash with feel good vibes. ‘Deshalb’ (Original Dub Sax Mix) is six hazy minutes of mellow synths and deep water bass that envelops your entire soul. The sax drifts by way up in the skies above and ensure you stay laying flat out on your back, gazing upwards and getting lost in the sonic landscapes. Lastly, ‘Little Blue’ started as a remix for Verdo but has now become a brand new tune featuring that artist instead. It’s impossibly beachy and open air, with tumbling toms and soft synths building to an utterly seductive high. A beatless mix is also included for those who prefer it even more masterfully mellow.

Tropical Hinterhof
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Kito Jempere - Ampa (Max Essa Dub Reprise)
Hell Yeah Recordings

After putting out Kito Jempere’s well received Sea Monsters album last year, Hell Yeah now serve up another selection of remixes of it. Accomplished musician Jimi Tenor, plus Miskotom and Max Essa all contribute before a 7”, also taken from the album, lands later in summer. First up is Jimi Tenor, the legendary Finnish musician who has released on Warp, collaborated with Tony Allen and has his own band as well as occasionally playing sax with Kito Jempere Band at live gigs. He flips Puzzled into five minutes of stripped back and moody electronics with plenty of his own flute playing in the track. Busted drum sounds, spooky sci-fi synths and scattered hits make it woozy and late night and utterly absorbing. Miskotom—a newly emerging pair made up of Mik and his wife Andra, both based in Vilnius, Lithuania with credits on Pleasure Unit and Balearic —then reimagine ‘Ampa’ as a beatdown but of deep house with trudging drums staying low and shimmering synths drift out in all directions. Crunchy hits bring a subtle sense of funk and reverb drenched vocals bring a heavenly feel to the soul drenched grooves and summery keys. Then comes Max Essa, the Japan based Brit who is a regular on this label as well as the likes of Is It Balearic?. His first remix is a huge one that is sure to soundtrack many a boat party this summer. It’s a gorgeous rework of ‘Ampa’ that puts achingly blissful vocals front and centre as low slung bass and slowly turning drums sink you into a pan-pipe laced reverie. Secondly, Essa offers a Dub Reprise that removes the vocals and places all the focus on his churning drums and new age grooves. This is another perfect package of masterfully electronic horizontal sounds.

Balearic Dub
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Trujillo - Buena Onda Mix
Hell Yeah Recordings

soundcloud.com/trujillo aka Andres Astorga played already a few times for Buena Onda in Berlin,,, he has great taste and hot records. We are honoured to mark his Ibiza debut at Buena Onda at Petit Pereyra. enjoy this exclusive mix!!!

balearic
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Calm - By Your Side (2LP - snippets)
Hell Yeah Recordings

Snippets don't make justice to music but the world goes like this... As always with Hell Yeah, the next release comes from an artist label boss Marco fell utterly in love with before forming a close musical relationship. His name is Calm, and this summer he releases his eighth studio album, 'By Your Side'. It is an effortlessly evocative long player and magical ten track trip into soothing sonic waters, glistening harmonies and horizontal rhythms. Calm is Japanese artist Fukagawa Kiyotaka, someone who has been making deep house, ambient and downtempo grooves since the late nighties, and always teasing spine tingling emotions out of his machines. His last album—2015’s From My Window—cast a real spell on Marco and encouraged him to reach out. The pair eventually hooked up in Tokyo and found real musical kinship while playing records together. “Apart being a wonderfully calm person, he went straight into my top five selectors,” says Marco. “His taste and music programming are simply delicious. His set was one aural discovery after the other.” The album comes with special artwork by Andrea Amaducci and takes in some sure-to-be-big tunes that are already being supported by those who know such as Moonboots, Chris Coco, Phil Mison, Mixmaster Morris. Majestic opener ‘Space Is My Place’ transports you straight to a blue sky paradise with rippling chords reflecting the warm sun and is ripe to become a modern classic. From there Calm’s masterful synths keep you flat on your back and gazing up to the heavens as gently drums roll beneath the brilliant ’Afterglow and First Star’ and then ‘Ending of Summer, Beginning of Autumn’ is a little more reflective as it rues the end of warmer days. ‘Sky, Colour, Passing’ is floating celestial bliss with angelic harmonies, ‘Shadows and Lights’ is a lazy Sunday soundtrack with delicate piano keys and the gentle chug of ‘Before Landing’ glows with cosmic light and warms you with astral disco grooves that will be the jewel in any open air DJ set. After the sensuous moments of ‘Mellow Mellow Sadness’ encourage you to reach out and hug someone close, ‘Shade of Tree’ washes over you like a seaside breeze before the final two tracks layer up synth modulations and quietly epic guitars into rousing pieces of slow motion euphoria. 'By Your Side' is a quietly epic album of wide open synth tracks that reach for the skies and leave you castaway on a breathtaking desert island.

Electronic
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Max Essa - Han Zon Roc EP (12" snippets)
Hell Yeah Recordings

A year after his debut outing on the label, Max Essa makes a welcome return to Hell Yeah with the Han zon Roc EP, which is another of his impossibly laidback offerings. Essa is of course the long time UK talent who has become a part of the Balearic mafia thanks to releases on labels like Aficionado, Music for Dreams, and his own Jansen Jardin. This is the second coming together of artist and label and is another timeless excursion far out to sea. Opener ‘Han zon Roc (Midori Coup)' is an epic 12 minute adventure that slowly awakens your spirit with new age guitar plucks and heavenly ambience before organic drums slowly being to drift into earshot. They grow ever larger as synths start to spray about the mix, hand drums pitter patter and big chords bring the soul-shine. It’s like the soundtrack to an afternoon boat party all condensed into one brilliant cut. ‘How You Showed Me Everything’ then gets super chill with lazy drum tumbles, bendy guitar lines and scattered hits. Withering cosmic chords colour the airwaves and its a track that will slow your heartbeat to nothing. Last of all, ‘Rain Bird's Alfalfa Jam’ is a analogue drum work out with early 90s hip hop influences and diving basslines. It’s light and airy, nimble and playful and of course filled with the sort of tropical rays that make all of Essa works so brilliantly escapist.

Balearic
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Somerville & Wilson - Yantar EP (12" snippets)
Hell Yeah Recordings

After releasing their Yantar LP digitally last year, Hell Yeah now serve up a much anticipated vinyl version of Richard Somerville and Craig Wilson’s perfectly horizontal sounds. It features two of the superb originals with remixes from The Beat Broker and Los Gatos Escobar. Somerville & Wilson have appeared on ISM Records, DWDK (Danny Was A Drag King), Paper Records and Music for Dreams and count the likes of Tensnake and Gerd Janson as fans of their laidback and charming grooves, and this EP is a real slab of heat that will surely sizzle souls across the world this summer. 
 First up, The Beat Broker proves he is on fire right now with a remix of the classic ‘Melt.’ His heart swelling remix has impossibly mellow chords ringing out into a yellow-orange sky as melodies rise and fall like a yacht bobbing on gentle waters. It’s a blissed out musical sunset of the highest order. Then comes Somerville & Wilson’s ’Cero Gravity’, eight minutes of cosmic synth workouts, yawning chords and long legged drums offset by soft acid. Drenched in reverb and rippling out in all directions, it’s a warm musical rush that keeps washing over you until your soul melts away. 
 From New York, Los Gatos Escobar duo offer a more driving but just as tropical remix of ‘Yantar’ with big rubbery drums, zoned out chords and smeared pads. It’s beautifully innocent and honest, heartfelt and meditative music that encourages you to escape to a seaside paradise. Last of all, a melted Space Edit of Yantar is drowned in saturated chords, scorched pads and heat damaged keys that leave you adrift in a sea of sumptuousness. 
 Music doesn’t come much more majestic, melodic and mellow than this.

Electronic
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Kito Jempere - Ampa (Max Essa Remix)
Hell Yeah Recordings

After putting out Kito Jempere’s well received Sea Monsters album last year, Hell Yeah now serve up another selection of remixes of it. Accomplished musician Jimi Tenor, plus Miskotom and Max Essa all contribute before a 7”, also taken from the album, lands later in summer. First up is Jimi Tenor, the legendary Finnish musician who has released on Warp, collaborated with Tony Allen and has his own band as well as occasionally playing sax with Kito Jempere Band at live gigs. He flips Puzzled into five minutes of stripped back and moody electronics with plenty of his own flute playing in the track. Busted drum sounds, spooky sci-fi synths and scattered hits make it woozy and late night and utterly absorbing. Miskotom—a newly emerging pair made up of Mik and his wife Andra, both based in Vilnius, Lithuania with credits on Pleasure Unit and Balearic —then reimagine ‘Ampa’ as a beatdown but of deep house with trudging drums staying low and shimmering synths drift out in all directions. Crunchy hits bring a subtle sense of funk and reverb drenched vocals bring a heavenly feel to the soul drenched grooves and summery keys. Then comes Max Essa, the Japan based Brit who is a regular on this label as well as the likes of Is It Balearic?. His first remix is a huge one that is sure to soundtrack many a boat party this summer. It’s a gorgeous rework of ‘Ampa’ that puts achingly blissful vocals front and centre as low slung bass and slowly turning drums sink you into a pan-pipe laced reverie. Secondly, Essa offers a Dub Reprise that removes the vocals and places all the focus on his churning drums and new age grooves. This is another perfect package of masterfully electronic horizontal sounds.

Balearic
1,153
Kito Jempere - Sea Monster / Remixes Part 2 (snippets)
Hell Yeah Recordings

After putting out Kito Jempere’s well received Sea Monsters album last year, Hell Yeah now serve up another selection of remixes of it. Accomplished musician Jimi Tenor, plus Miskotom and Max Essa all contribute before a 7”, also taken from the album, lands later in summer. First up is Jimi Tenor, the legendary Finnish musician who has released on Warp, collaborated with Tony Allen and has his own band as well as occasionally playing sax with Kito Jempere Band at live gigs. He flips Puzzled into five minutes of stripped back and moody electronics with plenty of his own flute playing in the track. Busted drum sounds, spooky sci-fi synths and scattered hits make it woozy and late night and utterly absorbing. Miskotom—a newly emerging pair made up of Mik and his wife Andra, both based in Vilnius, Lithuania with credits on Pleasure Unit and Balearic —then reimagine ‘Ampa’ as a beatdown but of deep house with trudging drums staying low and shimmering synths drift out in all directions. Crunchy hits bring a subtle sense of funk and reverb drenched vocals bring a heavenly feel to the soul drenched grooves and summery keys. Then comes Max Essa, the Japan based Brit who is a regular on this label as well as the likes of Is It Balearic?. His first remix is a huge one that is sure to soundtrack many a boat party this summer. It’s a gorgeous rework of ‘Ampa’ that puts achingly blissful vocals front and centre as low slung bass and slowly turning drums sink you into a pan-pipe laced reverie. Secondly, Essa offers a Dub Reprise that removes the vocals and places all the focus on his churning drums and new age grooves. This is another perfect package of masterfully electronic horizontal sounds. Support by Lexx, Balearic Gabba Sound System...

Electronic
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Gallo - Faron (Fabrizio Mammarella Ambient Remix)
Hell Yeah Recordings

Gallo is a Berlin based Italian who is a key part of the nu-Balearic movement. He makes, plays and loves uplifting music that is loveably epic and emotional. He’s recently remixed Chris Coco, is part of the Balearic Gabba Sound System, resident at horizontal party Buena onda in Berlin and Ibiza and co-hosts his own radio show, My Way. He also has a new 12" EP on Slow Motion (Orange Stripe) coming soon, so is very much on the rise. In original form, ‘Remember to Forget’ is a perfectly laid back and languid groove peppered with gentle toms, bass twangs and romantic chords. Distant keys sound like sun beating down on the water and the whole thing blisses you out in no time. First to remix are UK trio Clandestino. They flip it into something more upbeat and tropical, with rolling bass and brilliant drum work. Whispered vocals melt into the mix and soothing xylophone patterns finish it in heart swelling style. Gallo then offers Ebrezza, a spacious and loose soup of percussion, thoughtful keys and distant kicks that are barely there. It’s archetypal balearic ambient music that will slow down even the busiest minds. Last of all, 1986 is another super slow motion bit of bliss with sunset synths swirling about like a zephyr. As it plays out you can almost feel the sand between your toes and the rays of the fading sun on your face. Perfect stuff.

Balearic
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3iO - Born Slippy NUXX
Hell Yeah Recordings

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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3iO - Always
Hell Yeah Recordings

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
647
3iO - Soul Vibration
Hell Yeah Recordings

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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3iO - Eple
Hell Yeah Recordings

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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The Vendetta Suite - Shut Up Ya Dub! (Uninc & Kolomensky Raven Remix)
Hell Yeah Recordings

@uninc-kolomensky are on fire!!! The Vendetta Suite' Shut Up Ya Dub! in its original form is a simple mellow acid dubby beast (Andrew Weatherall approved), making a remix out of those kind of tunes is always hard but the Moscow kids succeeded... play this loud, it's a mid-tempo acid-house burner, kinda futuritsic breakbeat-driven ragga-rave music.

Acid House
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