Italy's Hell Yeah have been rocking it since the end of the noughties, and they have truly become one of the most reliable sources of anything dance-related, specializing their craft across hosue, techno, minimal, and even electro. Nu-disco dons Somerville & Wilson have already appeared for Hell Yeah's sub-label, Danny Was A Drag King, but this new eight-tracker sees the pair branch out into much deeper corners of the electronic game. Aqueous synths and dreamy pads make up the majority of this EP's atmosphere, and we highly recommend it to anyone who is even remotely into the field of balearica. Tunes like "Melt", with its glitch tribal percussion, or even the acid-laden "Cero Gravity" do manage to branch out into more kinetic territories, but this is without a doubt a release that focusses on the meditative side of social music. We love it, and we think you will too.
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