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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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3iO - Organ Donor
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 - Groovejet (if this ain't love)
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 - Right Here Right Now
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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Gallo - Remember To Forget (Clandestino Remix)
Hell Yeah Recordings

When Hell Yeah boss Marco dropped Fabrizio Mammarella’s Ambient Remix of Gallo’s ‘Faron’ at sunset at Hostal la Torre in Ibiza last year, people started queuing up for IDs. Well now that remix is at the heart of an EP filled with new tunes by Gallo. 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. Fabrizio Mammarella’s Ambient Mix is a heavenly rework with expansive chords floating past like cotton wool clouds in the sky. Celestial keys help the whole thing glow with a sense of new age dreaminess and it’s easy to see why this one makes such an impact at open air Balearic dances. 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. DJ feedback: "One of the best works in this 2018. Impossible for me to find the most emotive track. Everything is like a massive dream. Please, don't wake me up!!!" Filippo Zenna (Periodica Records)

Balearic Beat
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