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The band that launched the label are back. After the triumphant success of 'Hands of Love' the two quiet architecture students from Punta Del Este return from a summer slaving away in the studio, to bring you 'Feel the Love' and the ultra deep 'Night Music'.

Split over two vinyl's to ensure maximum sonic quality and complete with beautiful hand drawn illustrations from Yuko Kondo (directed as ever by our own Peter Saville, Phantom), it picks up where 'Hands of Love' left off - proper Balearic music brimming full of melody and atmosphere (and a mini portion of cheese), their trademark pianos and this time a full vocal and a Larry Heard inspired bass line as well.

Stepping up to the remix plate, we have Mr Greg Wilson, a bona fide global edit institution and guarantee of quality. He's taken the original and turned up the seduction factor by one million and, in his own words, 'squeezed that extra bit of love juice out of it'. We also have Thomas Bullock esq. (as Welcome Stranger) who's turned in an abstract gem that works equally on the dancefloor or your IPod headphones - it'll amaze everyone who hears it with its hypnotic power and beauty. And finally we have Tiger Sushi superstar Joakim, adding his warm, tech-y vibes to the melting pot.

But lets not forget 'Night Music' - we think this is one of the best tracks we've released so far its deep, cerebral, groovy and atmospheric all at the same time a possible blueprint and enticing insight into Rocha's future.

Yes man is brill! Will be playing Rob Da Bank

As always you're delivering the goods, both original and Mr Bullock's version will get plenty of plays,
brilliant stuff! - Prins Thomas

Love this and all the mixes, will definitely be getting plays ! - Erol Alkan

Loving the Welcome Stranger mix! That's the one for me. Opened last weeks radio show with it! - Tim Sweeney Beats in Space

Very Cool Release - Eric Duncan

Quality as ever - Tom Middleton

I love this, another superbly Balearic release especially beautiful is the Greg Wilson mix, played it at Cafe Mambo yesterday just after sunset and it went down very well with lots of people asking what it was - Jose Padilla

This release is a killer man... I really love Thoms mix the most, and the Night Music song is also
right up my street, great work dude! - Lovefingers

This is great man played Joakim's , the Inst and the Welcome Stranger mix out, looking forward to the vinyl - Conrad Idjut

I love this - welcome stranger mix is superb and loving Greg's remix - am playing this! - Jim Stanton, Horsemeat Disco

Love Tom's dub version, will give that a spin for sure - Tim 'Love' Lee

Played by Bill Brewster on the DJ History Podcast

Played by Greg Wilson on his Bestival Podcast http://besti-blog.blogspot.com/2010/05/besti-mix-16-greg-wilson.html

Love it! Great remixes too. Hard to pick a favourite. I think I'll probably end up playing all of them over the summer - Damon Martin, Discobloodbath

Jesus ! What a package ! - Benji, Permanent Vacation

Great deep Music.... - Peter Kruder

The Welcome Stranger mix is next level shake down trance music from Mr Bullock - Swerve City, more of the same please - Mo Morris, Mountain of One

Yes, this is an amazing package. I love the original and the Greg Wilson version. Will definitely play on Melodica, tune of the week for next week - Chris Coco

Loving Thomas' mix as well as "Night Music". Another killer diller release my man - Roy Dank, Wurst

They have all got something good about them. But not getting passed the Mr Fingers style original at the moment. So that is the one I am going to be testing out in the clubs. GW version sounding good too - Dicky Trisco

Feel The Love - we are feelin the love big time here... Night Music - is a perfectly titled gorgeous slab of blissed out house music - Soft Rocks

Really loving the instrumental mix of the original here. That is some serious bassline. will be playing it out.
nice one, keep up the good work - Jimpster

Both tracks are killer. Used both on this weeks radio show. Feel The Love though is like a modern day version of Don Carlos meets Mr Fingers. Awesome...! - Andy Warbuton, Ministry / Hed Kandi

Another great release from Rocha, really like both the original mixes, and Thomas's remix is sure to get some love if the club is dark enough - Felix Dickinson

Really liking this - I'm all over the original , instrumental and Mr Thomas Bullocks mix very nice work all round though. Beautiful track Piano really evokes images of early morning summer vibes, sunrise or sunset count me in - Simon Faze Action

Loving the Joakim mix big time and the super cool Thomas Bullock rmx...another winner !!! - Geoffroy, Mugwump

Joakim's mix is killing it for me, everything he does is great! Also the Welcome Stranger dub is sick - like Steve Reich on acid. Finally, 'Night Music' is perfect for those sunset sessions, lovely exotic vibes. - Richard Sen

Love the new Rocha release. 'Feel the Love' original is the best for me, but also the Joakim reinterpretation is very good. 'Night Music' complete the package for the IFeel slow beat lovers like me ! - DJ Rocca

The summer begins here as far as new music is concerned for me...A modern day 'sun is rising' and i don't say that too lightly. All the mixes are ideal for a sunset or sunrise set. Great production and sound, weekly online support here at deepfrequency.com - Alex, Deep Frequency

Wow, a real summer groover here. feel good music - Brendon, Beat Pharmacy

Original & Thomas remix is nice! - Toshiya Kawasaki, Mule Music

Im really into the original, ace stuff - Humberto, Social Disco Club

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Feel The Love / Night Music

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