Mostacho Xprmnt | QMMR (Remix)

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QMMR (Remix)

by Mostacho Xprmnt

Electronic remixes of atonal jazz fusion music! Resulting in Disco, Dofflin, Experimental sounding crazyness!
Genre: Electronic: Disco
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Que Mae Mas Raro (El Mae) [28 Lines Remix]
Mostacho Xprmnt & 28 Lines
3:04 $0.95
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2. Que Mae Mas Raro (Matt Sokol Remix)
Mostacho Xprmnt & Matt Sokol
3:01 $0.95
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3. Que Mae Mas Raro (It's Cool) [Copper Tony Remix]
Mostacho Xprmnt & Copper Tony
3:42 $0.95
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mostacho Xprmnt has partnered with Music Dribble Entertainment and producers 28 Lines, Matt Sokol and Copper Tony to create this first and unique attempt at remixing atonal jazz fusion music.
Each remix is radically different, as it would be expected from the producers different style, the eccentricity of the original song "Que Mae Mas Raro" and the freedom given to stretch, smash and piece together musical elements.
Although no longer part of the band, Song Yi Jeon's vocals play a key role. Along with a little bending of her voice, she remains protagonist above the electronic characteristics of the new songs. You can also hear traces of the original instrumentation, Luis D'Elias on guitar, Miguel Gallardo on keys, Dave Lowenthal on bass and Andres Marin on drums.
The album is also complemented by an outstanding art work by Tobias Arboleda from Colombia. It pictures the "weirdo" (Mae Raro) that the song talks about, but tangled with electronic elements. This character might be a robot himself, or at least partially. And of course he rocks an amazing moustache! How could anybody resist to "grow your own"?
Original song's writing credits include Najwa Mahiaddin, malayan singer songwriter who contributed the first melodies and lyrics to the song. Also credited Andres Marin, Eitan Akman, Alejandro Zorrilla, Haruka Yabuno, Dave Lowenthal, Luis D'Elias, Song Yi Jeon and Miguel Gallardo.

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