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My album for the summer

First heard this on a soundcloud minimix & had to buy it! Beautiful arrangements with excellent beats. Variety of music to relax to. Fire up the BBQ and just enjoy... :-)


Best album of 2012 by far. Takes me back to the days when Zero7 and Bent used to rule the chill genre. This guy must have listened hard because he is pulling out the goods with this.


I love this guys work, very estranged music, suitable for chillin', going on holiday or even a summer soundtrack.

Yppah needs to be recognised more for his talent and potential!


Born: 2004 in Houston, TX

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Yppah, a reversal of the word happy, pronounced "yippah," started out as Texas native Joe Corrales' solo electronic project before evolving into a full-fledged rock outfit. Roping in Chemical Brothers beats, '60s psychedelic, post-rock, and shoegaze, the result is an atmospheric, soothing soundscape that smoothly jumps from style to style. His ability to transcend genres is not surprising. Corrales tinkered with many different types of music in his past, starting out playing guitar and bass in several...
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