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Just in time to warm up your winter, Hell Yeah revisit the peerless recent "Tsuki" album from ambient and Balearic masters Tempelhof & Gigi Masin.
Two tracks from the album are included on this new package, as well as a remix from Jex Opolis. Trancendental and dreamy drums characterise the new age 'Corner Song', which is the sound of laying back on a boat and bobbing up and down on gentle seas at sunrise. It's organic and soothing to the max. The other original is 'Flying Man', a suspensory film that feels like floating amongst the clouds on a humid afternoon. Wordless vocals add a heavenly feel to the lush and all encompassing chords and pads and nothing sounds sweeter than being lost in this one. It is Corner Song that gets remixed by Good Timin' and Running Back man Jex Opolis. Famous for his disco infused synth pop sound he is a master of his own musical world. His version is eight minutes of laid-back tropicalia. Slowly churning drums and knotted funk-bass prop it up as an eco-system of pops, clicks and hits add to the steamy and sensuous groove. It's grown up disco for cocktails on the terrace and will have you hugging anyone in earshot.
Patrick says: Hell Yeah grab a couple of the choicest cuts from Tempelhof & Gigi's divine "Tsuki" for their latest 12", providing the sunset/sunrise DJ with a pair of mind expanding ambient bathers. Over on the flip, Canadian disco king Jex Opolis goes to work on "Corner Song" creating a total dream dancer with shades of Compass Point and Cafe Del Mar all over it.
A1. Corner Song
A2. The Flying Man
B1. Corner Song (Jex Opolis Remix)