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Cha Cha Recordings announce new LP from Juan Hoerni

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Following the “Love Rewind” single from Los Angeles-based soulful house mainstay Cha Cha Project Recordings, Juan Hoerni returns with his flavor-packed full-length long player, ‘Love on High’ which is due out on 23rd September.

The album serves up 18 tracks of pure dance-floor fillers including recent data transmission podcaster Roy Davis Jr. who remixes “Love on High” with cascading percussion, driving bass, and expertly placed embellishments (more cowbell!) amplifying the original vocals by Terry Dexter.

The perfectly produced “Cabaret Le Freak” is a disco stomp-and-romp with spare keys. Elsewhere, with vocal support from Inarantzu and remixes by Terry Hunter and Jovann, “Love On High” is jam-packed with juicy house and disco love primed and ready for summer. Drop Love on High, an album teeming with future house classics—and you’ll be sure to do so for years to come.

Tracklisting:
1. Juan Hoerni – Love Rewind (featuring Chezere & Maurice Smith)
2. Juan Hoerni – Say It (featuring Terry Dexter)
3. Juan Hoerni – Bomba Returns
4. Juan Hoerni & Juwann Rates – Love Me
5. Juan Hoerni – Dani (featuring Maurice Smith)
6. Juan Hoerni – Love On High (featuring Terry Dexter)
7. Juan Hoerni – Black Magic (featuring Inarantzu)
8. Juan Hoerni – Sing and Dance (featuring Cezere & Maurice Smith)
9. Juan Hoerni – Liquid Gold
10. Juan Hoerni – Rhodes Boiler
11. Juan Hoerni – Cave Shaker
12. Juan Hoerni – Don’t Play With Fire (featuring Inarantzu)
13. Juan Hoerni – Paradis (featuring Inarantzu)
14. Juan Hoerni – Cabaret Le Freak
15. Juan Hoerni – Love Rewind (Terry Hunter Main Club Mix)
16. Juan Hoerni – Love On High ( Roy Davis Jr. BBQ Mix)
17. Juan Hoerni – Sing and Dance (Jovonn House Mix)
18. Juan Hoerni – Sing and Dance (Jovonn Dub Mix)

‘Love On High’ is to be release on the 23rd September on Cha Cha Recordings

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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