Yotto Remixes ‘Seven Days and One Week’ To Celebrate Positiva’s 25th Anniversary

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Firm Anjunadeep favorite, Yotto, has delivered an eclectic rework of 1996 B.B.E classic ‘Seven Days and One Week,’ as Positiva Records continue their series of 25th-anniversary remixes by revisiting one of the most successful tracks in the label’s back-catalog.

B.B.E – Seven Days and One Week (Yotto Remix):

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A Finnish DJ and producer, who made his BBC Radio 1 essential mix debut on Pete Tong’s show this year, Yotto is best known for his work with both Above & Beyond’s iconic Anjuna label and Joris Voorn’s ‘Green’ imprint. Adding his signature sound to the track, the Finn utilizes B.B.E’s notorious hook and sprinkles a slice of his melodic style giving the rework a 2018 twist.

The original hit number #3 in the UK charts back in 1996 thanks to techno trio B.B.E, made up of Italian producers Bruno Sanchioni, Bruno Quartier, and French artist Emmanuel Top. With Yotto set to release his debut album ‘Hyperfall’ on 7th September, the DJ and producer has already left a footprint across the industry, gaining support from the likes of Kolsch, Solomun, Eric Prydz and Danny Howard en route to scoring 5 ‘Essential New Tunes’ and 3 ‘Hottest Records’ on BBC Radio 1.

The Yotto remix is part of Positiva Records’ 25-year celebrations, having spent the past quarter of a century at the summit of dance music. Showcasing the occasion with a series of one-off parties and special releases throughout 2018, they recently marked the landmark in celebratory style with two of their tracks – Jonas Blue’s ‘Rise,’ and Tiesto’s ‘Jackie Chan’ – featuring simultaneously in the Top #5 Official UK Charts.

Released on Friday 21st September, the Yotto remix of ‘Seven Days and One Week’ precedes the label’s forthcoming Positiva 25 compilation, out on 5th October.

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