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Paris DJs Soundsystem & Musiques Impures present Adrian Quesada's Spring Reverb



Adrian Quesada Spring Reverb
Paris DJs Soundsystem & Musiques Impures present Adrian Quesada's Spring Reverb
(MP3 Podcast on ParisDJs.com and MusiquesImpures.com) 2011-04-13

The Echocentrics is a new project of psychedelic, cinematic and dusty soul produced by Adrian Quesada of Brownout/Ocote Soul Sounds/Grupo Fantasma fame. Loads of spring reverb, psyched out farfisa organs and heavy drums are accented by beautiful vocals sung in English, Spanish and Portuguese by Tita Lima from Brazil and Natalia Clavier from Argentina. The album is out on Ubiquity Records. Grant Phabao, without any doubt the greatest reggae producer in the world today, has already two skanking remixes on their way... while Adrian Quesada is preparing on his side some remixes for Phabao's upcoming album with The Jays, Stepping up In Time. Something's happening here! We did this collaborative mix about Adrian Quesada with fellow blogger Nicolas Ragonneau of Musiques Impures fame, where he selected the album tracks and I completed with some rare stuff and remixes. Here it is right on for the album's release date (two days ago), and Nicolas has published an exclusive interview of Adrian on his blog to go along with this mix…

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Tracklisting :
01. The Echocentrics - Electric Travels
(from 'Esclavo Y Amo' 7 inch, 2011 / Ubiquity)
02. Tita Lima - Vendendo Saúde e Fé
(from 'Possibilidades' album, 2010 / Tratore)
03. Ocote Soul Sounds & Adrian Quesada - Tu Fin, Mi Gomienzo (Grant Phabao Remix)
(from 'Coconut Rock Deluxe Edition' album, 2010 / Eighteen Street Lounge)
04. The Echocentrics - Cresent Sun
(from 'Sunshadows' album, 2011 / Ubiquity)
05. Brownout - Pole Position (Grant Phabao Remix)
(from 'Aguilas & Cobras Remixed and Regrooved' compilation, 2010 / Six Degrees)
06. Ocote Soul Sounds & Adrian Quesada - Primavera
(from 'Taurus' album, 2011 / Eighteen Street Lounge)
07. Grupo Fantasma - El Sabio Soy Yo
(from 'Sonidos Gold' album, 2008 / Aire Sol Records)
08. Ocote Soul Sounds & Adrian Quesada - Vampires
(from 'Coconut Rock' album, 2009 / Eighteen Street Lounge)
09. Brownout - C 130
(from 'Aguilas and Cobras' album, 2009 / Six Degrees)
10. Brownout - Chema's Contraband
(from 'Homenaje' album, 2007 / Freestyle)
11. Grupo Fantasma - Montañozo
(from 'El Existential' album, 2010 / Nat Geo Music)

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Credits :
Selection and mix by Nicolas Ragonneau (MusiquesImpures.com) and Djouls (ParisDJs.com)
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork layout by Djouls (Djouls.com)

Adrian Quesada Links : echocentrics.blogspot.com | grupofantasma.com | brownoutmusic.com | levelonestudiosatx.com | soundcloud.com/level-one-studios | myspace.com/adrianquesada | facebook.com/adrian.quesada1 | twitter.com/levelonestudios | twitter.com/adrianmquesada
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