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Paris DJs Soundsystem presents Free The Robots



Paris DJs Soundsystem presents Free The Robots
Paris DJs Soundsystem presents Free The Robots
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) T.I.M.E.C., 2009-03-22

Free The Robots, alias Chris Alfaro (with the help of keyboardist/guitarist Phil Nisco), comes from Santa Ana, California, and is just one of the most interesting DJ/beatmakers around! He's mostly released tracks on cult labels, very limited editions with incredible artwork, on Obey Records particularly (along with The Gaslamp Killer and his super heavy beats), on Eadsel in Japan, on Jazz&Milk or Equinox in Germany, with a new album coming soon on Alpha Pup... Expect instrumental hip hop fusing breakbeats with psychedelia, prog rock, obscure samples, old jazz, blues, trip hop, soul and electronic bits. This is the new thing!

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Tracklisting :
01. Free The Robots - Listen To The Future
(from 'Free The Robots EP' 12 inch, 2006 / Elsewhere Studios)
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02. King Crimson - Moonchild (Free The Robots Remix)
(from 'The Prototype' promo CD, 2004 / Elsewhere Studios)
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03. Free The Robots - Listen
(from 'The Prototype' promo CD, 2004 / Elsewhere Studios)
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04. Free The Robots - The End
(from 'The Prototype' promo CD, 2004 / Elsewhere Studios)
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05. Free The Robots - La Lune
(Unreleased, 2008)
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06. Free The Robots - Diary
(from 'Free The Robots EP' 12 inch, 2006 / Elsewhere Studios)
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07. Billie Holiday - You Let Me Down (Free The Robots Remix)
(Unreleased, 2008 / free MP3 from myspace.com/freetherobots)
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08. Free The Robots - Session Two
(from 'Jazz&Milk Breaks Vol.2' 12 inch, 2008 / Jazz&Milk)
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09. Free The Robots - Yoga Fire
(from 'Free The Robots EP' 12 inch, 2006 / Elsewhere Studios)
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10. Free The Robots - Jazzhole
(from 'Jazz&Milk Breaks Vol.1' 12 inch, 2006 / Jazz&Milk)
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11. Free The Robots - Ghana
(from 'Free The Robots' album, 2008 / Easel Music Japan)
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12. Free The Robots - Unknown
(from 'Stussy x Turntable Lab present Beats' compilation', 2008 / TurntableLab)
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Credits :
Selected and mixed by the Paris DJs Soundsystem (myspace.com/parisdjs)
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork by Djouls (djouls.com)
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tobyc tobyc ·  31 March 2009, 11:47

There are two mixes that have just totally blown me away. This and the Viktor Kiswell mix have restored my faith in music. They make me want to brush off technics and start DJing again. They have had a profound impact on the way I think- is that too strong? Regained my sense of why Paris is the city to live in and made my commute to work actually enjoyable! Please dont stop pleasing us with these amazing pieces of art. Thanks. T

Clor Clor ·  04 October 2009, 17:13

Holy shit this is grand! 10+

Baby Lemonade Baby Lemonade ·  09 February 2010, 20:09

About the mixes & Technics I agree with Toby C. But I have never been to Paris. My Bad. Peace.


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