In the early 2000's, Aggro Berlin not only single-handedly re-invented German hip-hop, but also influenced an entire generation. Although it ended its run, its architect, Specter Berlin, kept his hands dirty in countless projects. One was teaming up with Berlin's top producer David Bwoooi (Dumme Jungs), to create the city's first supergroup, HELL YES.
These two dudes are less of a band in the classical sense, and more of a band of brothers embodying the Berlin scene from the ground up. Whether performing for thousands at Rock am Ring alongside A-List german hip-hop acts or at an intimate club gig, HELL YES has an incredible ability to design a moment and transport an infectious energy. Creeping somewhere between archaic Berlin rave and urban club culture, the Duo are a novel mash-up of early Trap and an ever earlier neo-progressive Kraftwerk aesthetic. For years they have worked under the radar designing their own unique narrative of sound with a Specter brand of visuals they like to call, "The Last Party" or "Apocalyptic Finale".