“Marvinello” by Michel Cleis & Klement Bonelli was available only on a few limited white label copies at the end of last summer. Since then it became one the most sought-after and requested records in clubs, born on Rebirth Records and now released on Ego. Born and raised in the Italian part of Switzerland, Michel Cleis needs no introduction. Everyone knows him for his hit out in 2009, “La Mezcla”. For his new track “Marvinello” he collaborates with Klement Bonelli, born and raised in France with a deep-rooted history in art and electronic music. “Marvinello” was already featured as Pete Tong’s Essential New Tune on BBC Radio 1 and played for 5 weeks in a row, and is supported by every single big name in the dance music scene: Nic Fanciulli, Groove Armada, Luciano, Wankelmut, Solomun, Tensnake, Quentin Harris, Davide Squillace and many others. “Marvinello” is an infectious rework of Marvin Gaye’s classic, now re-recorded by Martin Wilson. The drum pattern, the percussions and the bass line are irresistible. And together with the vocals they create a really unique atmosphere. What’s the final result? Well, something so hot you can’t resist!