Luminodisco - Hello My Friend / Burundiness 4 tracks, 15.20 Hell Yeah Recordings on March 15, 2013 15:07
BG Soundsysstem presents Prins Thomas - Italia Uno EP 3 tracks, 4.49 Hell Yeah Recordings on March 04, 2013 13:20
- 1. Rusty - Everything's Gonna Change (Prins Thomas Diskomiks) 1.42 606 plays
- 2. Prins Thomas - Gran Paradiso 1.18 763 plays
- 3. Prins Thomas - Monte Baldo 1.49 648 plays
- 1. Crimea X - Essential 2.33 679 plays
- 2. Crimea X - Floordance Track 3.32 427 plays
- 3. Crimea X - Haunted Love 2.44 1358 plays
- 4. Crimea X - Dream Is Gone 2.39 823 plays
- 5. Crimea X - Portable Water 2.47 215 plays
- 6. Crimea X - I Feel Russian 3.21 2508 plays
- 7. Crimea X - Yev 2.00 178 plays
- 8. Crimea X - A Present 2.59 194 plays
- 9. Crimea X - Summer Rain 3.06 333 plays
Crimea X - Yev / Essential (HYR7116 - 12" only) 4 tracks, 6.46 Hell Yeah Recordings on January 16, 2013 12:18
- 1. Crimea X - Yev 1.30 799 plays
- 2. Crimea X - I Feel Russian 1.40 505 plays
- 3. Crimea X - Essential 1.53 706 plays
- 4. Crimea X - Essential (The Time & Space Machine Remix) 1.42 880 plays
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.