Time has come for a new AdMaiora release, and this time comes from the hands of Italian Yaya, who marks his debut with the astonishing 'Kayama EP'. Hailing from Turin, Yaya is surely not a newcomer into the global house and techno scene, with appearances from Desolat to Etruria Beat and Kina Music. He has totally earned his stripes as a reputable DJ and producer over the past few years, having also his own party in Turin called 'Savana Potente'. In his productions he melt together all the sounds from his multicultural background, collaborating with various Italian producers and being remixed by Tini and Gel Abril to name a few, making bombs after bombs and his latest two tracker 'Kayama' is no exception. Kicking off with the entitled track EP, serious cavernous bass meets 909 solid groove structure, whilst several females pitched and delayed vocals perfectly work together for an endless hypnotic dimension. 'Come To Me' is the perfect example of Yaya's versatility in the studio as he moves for the second original into a more melodic and trippy space where wisely selected silken pads lap upon the senses. As the track moves on, a gentle acid line joins the toughened up drums and the unpredictable b-line elevate this monster to a whole new standard. On the flipside we have a remix from one of the men of the moment. He needs no introduction as 2015 was his biggest year so far. With releases from Jamie Jones' 'Hot Creation' to Adam Beyer's 'Drumcode', British long haired wAFF showed to everyone how to turn a track into a warehouse destroyer. Stomping and heavy kicks, rolling drums and a DC-10's inspired lead are the main elements of his version of 'Kayama'. The bouncy groove and well-chosen vocal chops definitely make of this track the next dancefloor anthem.