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Kito Jempere

Uohha! / To Marvin

The forthcoming Director’s Cut of Kito Jempere’s "Sea Monster" album on Hell Yeah is filled with gems, and two of them are now getting pressed up on a limited edition run of only 100 7”s. Not only does this special package come mastered and cut by Andreas at Schnitstelle, it's also hand written and hand numbered by Andrea Amaducci with a double sticker in a high quality plastic sleeve.
The Russian genius Kito Jempere dazzles again on the A-side with “Uohha!”, which swaggers on lazy drums with expressive vocals conveying a sense of carefree emotion. Think the Avalanches soundtracking the emotional finale of a Richard Linklater movie. “To Marvin” is then a jazzed up number, with keys and trumpets, twisted synths and loose drums all getting you up on your toes. This is a sure-fire secret weapon that you need in your collection. 

STAFF COMMENTS

Patrick says: Super spezial, ultra limited 7" from the Hell Yeah camp, containing two of the special cuts from Kito Jempere's expanded "Sea Monster". Quirk heavy leftfield Balearic with a late nineties sampledelic feel.

Kito Jempere

DB7 003

Saint Petersburg disco spinner, deep house don and advanced level digger Kito Jempere joins the ranks of the Duca Bianco mafia, shunning the fancy handshake and instead securing his entry with two top notch edits of exceptional obscurity. On the A-side, "FKA Lany" chugs along like a peak time power ballad, with a killer synth riff replacing any guitar histrionics. Armed with a bassline which walks slowly downstairs, plenty of fx use and a big emotive female vocal, this is primed for end of night deployment. Over on the flip, "Drakon" shakes asiatic melodies, pop-fusion and Fairlight stylings into a killer bit of 80s pop - in other words, well Balearic!

After stepping in on remix duties for their first Miskotom release Kito is back on Pleasure Unit with a nicley rounded EP that shows the full extent of his production skills. "Houstrack" does what it says on the tin and pumps it up in true old skool house style, "Damp firecrackers" sounds like it could come from a long lost Italian Library Lp. On the flip "Never been to Ibiza beaches in 1997" is a nice laid back Balearic ode as you might expect, lastly "Jungle Mantra" is a dense tropical treat. Check for Kito's previous releases on diverse range of labels from Bahnsteig 23, Freerange, Dirt Crew, Hell Yeah and Bordello A Parigi and lovely myself, the one and only DJ SIl aka SilboFM. 

STAFF COMMENTS

Sil says: Curve ball for your record collection this one. Atmospheric, retro and analoguish sounds here for the discerning listener. Totally in love with 'Never Been To Ibiza Beaches 1997', partly because it is true.


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