Germany synthetic Disco producer OhYeah has suddenly dropped a new EP, we weren’t expecting this one, but it’s certainly welcome. Complimenting his Robot Disco and SynthWave arsenal with some groovy House sounds OhYeah delivers three tracks of dancefloor synthesizer gold.
The Roxy EP kicks off with it’s lead track and namesake. A warm, peak-time, Disco-House tune with a big stuttering lead and a slick array of intertwining electronics. Euphoric in it’s approach, Roxy is definitely one to drop on the dancefloor to whip it up into a frenzy. Complete with smooth sax solo Roxy is summery vibes all round. Electric Boogie is a retro Disco epic. Flowing sweetly from huge dramatic vocal Disco House to atmospheric and introspective Space Synth and back again, hitting you with, at one point, massive undulating vocal samples and thick, buzzing synth leads and then at other times soaring solos and warm, sweeping, cosmic tones. A real dancefloor journey. Also included on the EP is Want You, a laid back Disco jam that completes this impressive package, out today.
♫ OhYeah – Electric Boogie
♫ OhYeah – Roxy
OhYeah’s Roxy EP is released today, you can pick it up here.
A bit cold where you are? A bit snowy? Which X-mas incoming? Well let German Disco producer OhYeah warm you up a little with a splash of Tropical vibes and a whole heap of dancefloor heat in his new tune Pleazur.
With a Boogie bassline and some lilting Island percussion, Pleazur slowly builds, introducing you to it’s hypnotic groove bit-by-bit, until it hit it’s piano hook. From then on it it’s a steady paced mix of intoxicating hooks and vintage synths that all work their way towards the tracks blisteringly smooth finale. A little slice of Funk tinged dancefloor euphoria that points to big things happening for OhYeah in 2013.
German producer OhYeah!’s new track, ‘Be Tough,’ is described by himself as “80s flavoured skateboard Italo disco”. Intrigued? I am.
‘Be Tough’ defiantly roughs up the Italo and sends it into overdrive. With a relentless bassline powering the song along, OhYeah! drops layer after layer of samples, vocoding, and thick, thick retro synth sounds. More in-your-face than the Disco track you’d expect from OhYeah! this is the kind of track to drop at peak time and watch the dancefloor explode.