Is out today a new EP by Dario Piana! It’s called “Groove Line” and it’s out fr Dario’s label Bluenoises records.
The EP contains 4 songs, the original one and 3 remixes by G&D, DJ Rocca and Irregular Disco Workers.
Dario‘s version is a mellow mix of disco and downtempo that conduce you through a sensual and classy atmosphere.
DJ Rocca has made stronger the bassline and has added percussions and funky guitars.
Gino Grasso and Dino Angioletti redisigned it as a slow disco / deep house tune with their recognizable touch.
Speed changes on Irregular Disco Workers remix, a massive space disco / cosmic house track.
Buy on JunoDownload
Dario Piana is an italian dj, producer and remixer who’s also a collector of vinyl records.
As a dj, he’s endorser in Italy of Ableton Live ( Backline ), Allen & Heath, Nugen Audio plug-ins and of D16 Group plug-ins.
He has spent the last 25 years of his life in the dj booth, working in hundreds of clubs with very eclectic rhythmic dj sets.
He plays nudisco, deephouse, with deep, afro, electronic, jazz and funk contaminations and he always takes care of the groove.
Deep and sophisticated sounds, on modern patterns.
His background is really unique. Dario Piana is one the most important dj and collectors of rare grooves, jazz, funky, Brasil, bossanova and soundtracks vinyls.
Many companies and many brands have used his live and dj sets. Between them: Milan AC, Diesel, Red Bull, Cadey/Bilboa, Bmg, Gq, Dom Ruinart, Philarmonica, Buongiorno, Telefono Azzurro, Blinko, Motor Show, Tiscali, Fiorio, Tamoil, Jayculture, Eurobassday 07, Scr.
He loves black music, and always follows its evolutions and contaminations.
In December 2011, after many years of experience and production in the most important labels in the industry, Dario Piana opened Bluenoises records, digital label with access to all portals dance world, specializing in deep, deep house and nudisco.
Since a long time he’s also Ableton Certified Trainer and Apple Logic Pro 9 Master Pro.
He provides his lifelong experience in clubbing and his passion for technology teaching in music schools all around Italy.
He holds workshops, courses e full immersions. He has many collaborations with international broadcasters, both web and fm radios.
Dear friends, it’s time to celebrate our 5th birthday!
So we wanna invite you all @ Vinile on january 31st. EVENT
Tempelhof is an Italian electronic duo founded in 2007 by Luciano Ermondi and Paolo Mazzacani. 2009′s debut album “We were not there for the beginning, we won’t be there for the end” for Distraction Records, receives enthusiastic reviews by Italian and foreign music press and put Tempelhof on the map. Their astonishing live shows are a kind of mistical experience, a superb mix of music and visuals found and edited by the mysterious artist known as Sorry Boy. In 2012 they start a still running recording relationship with Hell Yeah Recordings. Trough the italian label they have released two EPs, “You K” and “City Airport”, while the end of October 2013 see the releasing of their second critically acclaimed full lenght, “Frozen Dancers”. “Hoshi”, a new album wrote and composed with the “italian ambient’s godfather” Gigi Masin, is expected for the early summer 2014 on Hell Yeah Rec, as well an EP for balearic authority Aficionado Recordings.
Fabrizio Mammarella is currently working with different projects: Telespazio, The Clap Rules band, Filiberto Marmelade and he’s also recording some material with Roman artist Rodion. His production and style are a mixture of electronic disco, house, dub and psychedelic proto-house. He also co-runs Slow Motion Records with Franz Underwear since 2009, releasing music by Italian producers only.
His first release is Panorama EP back in 2004 on Steve Koteys Hairy Claw imprint. The record got amazing feedback and “Way Out’ got included in Panorama Bar 04 compilation mixed by Nick Hoppner. Since then he has made solo records, remixes and collaborations with Kotey himself, The Emperor Machine and Chaz Jankel; and for labels such as Bear Funk, Tiny Sticks, Supersoul, Brontosaurus and Rollerboys, just to name a few. Between the most influencing remixes: In Fagranti on Codek, Nteibint on Kitsunè, Michoacan “In the Dark of the Night” on DFA records and Etienne De Crecy “Binary” both as Clap Rules. The “Tear Up” single on Bear Funk got picked by Ivan Smagghe for Fabric Live 23 compilation and led to Fabrizio mixing “Rools for Rules” Vol 2 for the English label.
2014 is set to be as busy as ever with a new Fabrizio Mammarella Ep on Slow Motion, a new Clap Rules Ep.
Telespazio album out on Hell Yeah Records on january 26th
BALEARIC GABBA SOUND SYSYEM
Balearic Gabba Sound System is a non-sense dream team founded by Hell Yeah’s boss marco “peeDoo” gallerani and composed by some of the coolest music gezeers around: Enzo Elia, E-the-Hot, Bjorn Torske, Gallo, Everest Parisi and some other geezers… our style?
Jon Sa Trinxa once said: “My DJ style is Balearic which is like trying to define the undefinable, confused ? Many djs are defined by playing a particular genre, Balearic music is kaleidoscope of genres. Balearic djs play all styles.” How you can go better than that?
Balearic Gabba Sound System just enlarge the boundaries.
He’s known as Criss, he spent about twenty years as dj cultivating his great passion for collecting vinyl.
During later 80’s he went in for Hip Hop, he attended the staff of Palladium in Vicenza growing into a member of them. Sometimes he passed by the console of Zona Dopa in Bologna, too.
At the end of 90’s he felt in love with jungle and drum’n’bass that got his overused music into fresher sounds. It was like an evolution with European influences.
Some buddies helped him to realize the Countermove project that ran out in d’n’b performances at Lynx Club in Vicenza.
After this experience he became a resident dj at Maffia Club in Reggio Emilia where he played d’n’b supporting various international guests in collaboration with Maffia Sound System, Mother INC& SMOKE.
So he shows to be closed to electro sound made in UK that now are improved in Dubstep/Ukgarage and Bassmusic.
Cyco – This is Bass vol.2
Cyco Presents This Is Dubstep podcast Vol3
HELL YEAH RECORDINGS
“If you didn’t know, Hell Yeah is the Italian label hell-bent on releasing the best modern disco(ish) you can find. Sometimes it’s blissed out and Balearic, sometimes it’s squelchy and down-right weird and sometimes it’s the sort of enlogated, tribal stuff that works dancefloors into a salacious frenzy” (Kristan J Caryl – DJ MAG January 2014)
Hell Yeah Recordings, a descendent of leading Italian dance label Mantra Vibes is an Italian-based electronic music label active since 2006. Releasing from Ferrara, Bologna, and Amsterdam and led by Marco Gallerani “peeDoo” (A&R), the label bases its philosophy on a diversity of artists and recording experiences tied together by a common vision of what defines quality progressive recording.
With a sound as diverse as the artists it represents, Hell Yeah does not limit itself to the constraints of genre but packs a complex palette of sounds ranging from techno to minimal-nu-rave to electro-funk and tech house. Artists as varied as Radio Slave, Santos, Umek, Oliver Koletzki, Blatta & Inesha, and Luca Baldini have helped establish Hell Yeah’s eclectic sound, a distinct take on party music loaded with a sonic Balearic feel good vibe that has made press around the world hail Hell Yeah as an up-and-coming label to watch.
Hell Yeah aims to build upon its current reputation as a leading Italian Electronic Music play, overseeing the release of a series of progressive productions that straddle genres, defy conventions and blur barriers between listening and dance music. Stemming from Hell Yeah’s initial graphic identity formed by Neverending’s Rocco “the Boghe” Pezzella, new mind-bending web and label artworks from Italian artist Andrea Amaducci and the Berlin-based Ice Cream For Free collective promises complete visual as well as aural stimulation.
Have you heard the thunder? It’s the sound of “Zeus”. But not the god of the ancient Greeks, the new glorious single from an italian music divinity: Rubini.
The prince of synthesizers is back. Alexander Robotnick team up with Tulioxi for this cosmic disco voyage called “Roboxi”.
“Roboxi” LP is out now for Bordello a Parigi and includes also 2 great song singed by Tulioxi that follow electronic/cosmic disco coordinates.
Buy link -> Bordello a Parigi
New mixtape from Soultaz full of funk, soul, disco and a touch of house music.
Deep and smooth, a caress for your soul
Dax DJ presents: “Space Funk 3000″
A special sound experimentation in which Dax has played rare vinyls and particular gems, as the best clubbing tradition.
SECRET PLAYLIST – LIMITED EDITION 50 Copies Only
Buy it here -> Family House
Here’s their new single, the first one on DFA Records Label. “Arobomates NDB” is an obscure slow-techno prelude to the explosive b side “Clelia Clelia”. A perfect combination of traditional batucada’s rhythms and massive tribal techno.
Buy 12″ on DFA record shop
Recently Ninos Du Brasil has remixed “My life is so cool”, a song by italian band Foxhound.
The song is available for free download for a few days.
Herb Martin―“Soul Drums”
Norma Jeane Bell―“One of Those Nights”
Brass Construction―“Happy People (GU Edit)”
House of Wax―“Watersports”
Stargard―“Wear It Out (Idjut Boys Re-Edit)”
Chain Reaction―“Dance Freak”
Lil’ Louis―“Respect Me”
the Lower East Side Pipes―“Disorganized Corruption”
Sandman & Riverside―”Into Your Story” (ft. Jeremy Ellis) (Kai Alcé “Distinctive” Vocal Remix)
DJ Slim Fast―“Love Music”
Rhyze―“Free (Louie Vega Main Remix)”
Nana Love―“Talking About Music”
Saint Etienne Versus Faze Action―“Sylvie (Friday Night Boiler Mix)”
Marcellus Pittman―“1044 Coplin (Give You Whatcha Lookin 4)”
Basic Black―“Don’t Make Me Fall in Love (Timmy Regisford Remix)”
DJ Bruce―“This Time (Strong 2014 Edit)”
Less Lee―“I’m the One You Want (Dub Mess)”
Faze Action―“Got to Find a Way (Full Length Version)”
Blaze―“Seasons of Love (Blaze Club Mix)”
Arthur Russell―“In the Light of the Miracle (Ponytail Club Mix)”