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3iO Back To New Roots Serotonin Fuelled Jazz Covers
3iO - Back To New Roots - Serotonin Fuelled Jazz Covers
(CD/Digital) Hell Yeah Recordings HYR7085D, 2011-06-24

Let’s keep it simple, this dance meets jazz concept started as a joke: take a bunch of friends, discover that they are highly talented jazz musicians and propose them to do something a bit different, play and perform your favourite E-dance / alternative hits / chill out timeless classics into their contemporary jazz style.... Shake it as it was your cocktail of choice and you have Serotonin Fuelled Jazz Covers. 3iO are Richard Maggioni (piano), Juan Manuel Moretti (double bass), and Matteo Giordani (drums), they are not newcomers in the italian jazz circuit, they have already two albums on their back and with Back To New Roots they challenge themself with a new repertoire: Fat Boy Slim, Groove Armada, Chemical Brothers, Royskopp, Underworld, Spiller, DJ Shadow, J-Walk... just as you never heard them before!

3iO Back To New Roots Serotonin Fuelled Jazz Covers
3iO - Back To New Roots - Serotonin Fuelled Jazz Covers
(CD/Digital) Hell Yeah Recordings HYR7085D, 2011-06-24

3iO - Eple by Hell Yeah Recordings

3iO - Organ Donor by Hell Yeah Recordings

3iO - Soul Vibration by Hell Yeah Recordings

3iO - Les Nuits by Hell Yeah Recordings

Tracklisting :
01. Eple (Royksopp) 4:57
02. Organ Donor (DJ Shadow) 6:03
03. Dusk You & Me (Groove Armada) 6:05
04. Let Forever Be (Chemical Brothers) 5:25
05. Soul Vibration (J. Walk) 6:00
06. Les Nuits (Nighmares on Wax) 6:33
07. Pulp Fiction (Alex Reece) 5:56
08. Right Here Right Now (Fatboy Slim) 6:01
09. Groovejet (DJ Spiller) 5:34
10. Born Slippy (Underworld) 3:18
11. Camels (Santos) 5:26
12. Always (Bent) 7:10

Note : all arrangements by 3iO.

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Press Release :
...beware, we are not crazy here at Hell Yeah Recordings...

Let’s keep it simple, this dance meets jazz concept started as a joke: take a bunch of friends, discover that they are highly talented jazz musicians and propose them to do something a bit different, play and perform your favourite E-dance / alternative hits / chill out timeless classics into their contemporary jazz style.... shake it as it was your cocktail of choice and you have Serotonin Fuelled Jazz Covers.

3iO are Richard Maggioni (piano), Juan Manuel Moretti (double bass) Matteo Giordani (drums), they are not newcomers in the italian jazz circuit, they have already two albums on their back and with BACK TO NEW ROOTS they challenge themself with a new repertoire: Fat Boy Slim, Groove Armada, Chemical Brothers, Royskopp, Underworld, Spiller, DJ Shadow... just as you never heard them before.

Already supported by music luminaries like Giles Peterson, Chris Coco and Jon Sa Trinxa.


Italian visual artist, performer and Hell Yeah aficionado Andrea Amaducci provides icing on the cake original artwork with his distingueshed urban drawings.

3iO - Back To New Roots is an essential, fresh, out of ordinary summer 2011 listening...

HELL YEAH

Biography :
Formed in 2007 this emerging trio follows from the start the less conventional approach to jazz music: working in synergy as a team with no specific leader is the concept that lies within the three members, the music is composed by 3io for 3io and its performance is a pure reflection of the band's personal voice. The sound of the trio is quite haunting with moments of high energy where intricate arrangements emerge. Through the years appreciation from the audience helped the band establish it's own sound and creativity, especially the less acquainted with the traditions of "jazz" music.

"CONCEPTION" (2008) is their debut album and second album "DEPARTURE LOUNGE" (2010) strengthens the trio's path and personal voice.

It was at the end of summer 2010 that 3iO met music producer Marco Gallerani, who was friends with bass player Juan Manuel. He came across 3io's music and immediately felt inspired by the idea of collaborating with the band. The new repertoire envisioned for concept album "BACK TO NEW ROOTS" (HellYeah 2011) bonds together the band's appreciation for electronic music with a tracklist that describes at best the period of its birth. New original material and projects are continuously inspiring 3iO and yet is more to come...
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