Viaggio a Tulum EP

by Quiroga

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1.
Viaggio a Tulum
2.
Non Dire Notte
3.
Prati Bagnati
4.
02:06

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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.

First up is VIAGGIO A TULUM, a perfectly loose and jumbled mix of sunny vibes, feel good chords and clipped vocals full of soul. The sort of thing that has you day dreaming of lazy afternoons and drunken BBQs, it’s perfect example of Quiroga’s efforts style.

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.

PRATI BAGNATI is a serene ambient interlude that feels like laying on your back and looking into a deep blue sky and second ambient cut BAVA is more textured and intense, with shifting drones and muffled voices bringing a sense of filmic unease to the table. Overall, this is a perfect window into Quiroga’s most intoxicating musical world.

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releases February 15, 2017

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Hell Yeah Recordings Berlin, Germany

"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) ... more

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