Russian Kito Jempere‘s acclaimed second album “Sea Monster” gets a Director’s Cut full treatment. Includes all Kito’s original versions and previously vinyl only releases, plus remixes by Black Spuma (Lauer & Fabrizio Mammarella), Lipelis, Jimi Tenor, Max Essa, Bell Towers and Miskotom. Tracklist compiled by label boss Marco Gallerani for maximum listening joy. if you ask us it’s “leftfield contemporary pop” at its best. Hell yeah!
Just in time to warm up your winter, Hell Yeah revisit the peerless recent Tsuki album from ambient and Balearic masters Tempelhof & Gigi Masin. 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.
Acclaimed Russian producer, DJ and live musician Kito Jempere is back with a stunning second album, this time on Italian label Hell Yeah. Entitled Sea Monster, the seven track album is a fantastic fusion of live instrumentation and electronic production.
Seven ambient tracks with progressive elements originating from glitch and acid quote the physical theory of a disembodied universe in the midst of an unlimited amount of parallel universes. Velve takes us into this other world by means of a poem, in which the term pointless indicates a political dimension.The confrontation with earthly reality consisting of squares and premonitions of war leads to catharsis and a looking-back on love, light and meditation.
TOTEM & TABOU is a multidisciplinary project. It is rooted in music, architecture, graphic arts and computer programming. The album is progressive and organic, but also serves as the vessel, the engine and the messenger for the artistic discourse. This miscellany represents the culmination of more than two years of composing, designing and building, thinking, illustrating, researching and experimenting.