Quantic Tropical Funk Experience Rar

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Will Holland performing with 'Quantic and his Combo Bárbaro' in 2009
Background information
Also known asQuantic
OriginUnited Kingdom
Genres
Years active2000–present
LabelsTru Thoughts
Associated actsThe Quantic Soul Orchestra
The Limp Twins
Quantic and his Combo Bárbaro

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William Holland is an English musician, DJ and record producer.[1] He is based in New York City, after spending seven years in Colombia. Holland records under various pseudonyms, including Quantic, the Quantic Soul Orchestra, The Limp Twins, Flowering Inferno, and Ondatrópica. His music features elements of cumbia, salsa, bossa nova, soul, funk and jazz. Holland plays guitars, bass, double bass, piano, organ, saxophone, accordion and percussion. Much of his sound is original composition, rather than sampling of other artists' material. Navavadhu kambi novel pdf download.

Holland also has his own label, Magnetic Fields, on which he releases heavy soul and funk. He has also produced remixes of over 30 songs.

  • 2Discography

History[edit]

His albums The 5th Exotic (2001) and Apricot Morning (2002) featured vocals from British artists including soul singer Alice Russell. In 2003, he assembled The Quantic Soul Orchestra, a new project aimed at producing 1960s/1970s style raw funk, playing guitar himself, and featuring musicians including his sister Lucy on saxophone.[2]

In 2007, Holland moved to Cali, Colombia. He set up an analogue studio called Sonido del Valle and recorded and released the Quantic Soul Orchestra album Tropidélico (2007) and the self-titled debut from his tropical-dub side project, Quantic presenta Flowering Inferno (2008), which featured a variety of musicians from the area. He subsequently assembled the Combo Bárbaro ('Bárbaro' is a colloquial term in Colombia meaning 'very talented').[3]

Holland's 2008 collaboration with Nickodemus, 'Mi swing es tropical', was featured on an Apple iPod television commercial.[4]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Holland has self-produced eighteen studio albums under various pseudonyms. All albums were released on the label Tru Thoughts from Brighton:

Sortable table
DateMain recording artistAlbum
2001QuanticThe 5th Exotic
2002QuanticApricot Morning
2003The Limp TwinsTales from Beyond the Groove
2003The Quantic Soul OrchestraStampede
2004QuanticMishaps Happening
2005The Quantic Soul OrchestraPushin' On
2006QuanticOne Off's Remixes and B Sides
2006QuanticAn Announcement to Answer
2006Spanky Wilson & The Quantic Soul OrchestraI'm Thankful
2007The Quantic Soul OrchestraTropidélico
2008Flowering InfernoDeath of the Revolution
2009Flowering InfernoDog with a Rope
2009The Combo BárbaroTradition in Transition
2010Quantic & Alice Russell with the Combo BárbaroLook Around the Corner
2011QuanticThe Best of Quantic
2012Los Miticos del RitmoLos Miticos del Ritmo
2012OndatrópicaOndatrópica
2014QuanticMagnetica
2015Quantic Presents The Western TransientA New Constellation
2016Flowering Inferno1000 Watts
2017OndatrópicaBaile Bucanero
2017Quantic & Nidia GóngoraCurao
2019QuanticAtlantic Oscillations[5]

Singles[edit]

2009 with his Quantic Soul Orchestra, NYC
  • 2001: Quantic - 'We Got Soul'
  • 2001: The Quantic Soul Orchestra - 'Super 8'
  • 2001: The Limp Twins - 'Living Well'
  • 2001: Quantic - 'Life in the Rain'
  • 2002: Quantic feat. Aspects - 'Primate Boogaloo'
  • 2002: Quantic feat. Alice Russell - 'Sweet Calling'
  • 2002: Quantic - 'Apricot Morning'
  • 2002: Quantic - 'Through These Eyes'
  • 2003: Quantic - 'Search the Heavens'
  • 2004: Quantic - 'Mishaps Happening'
  • 2005: Quantic feat. Spanky Wilson - 'Don't Joke with a Hungry Man'
  • 2005: Quantic - 'Perception'
  • 2005: Quantic - 'One Off's Remixes and B Sides'
  • 2006: Quantic - 'The Sound of Everything'
  • 2006: Quantic feat. Alice Russell - 'Somebody's Gonna Love You'
  • 2006: Quantic - 'Tell It Like You Mean It'
  • 2007: Quantic - 'Sabor'
  • 2008: Quantic & Nickodemus - 'Mi swing es tropical'
  • 2008: Quantic presenta Flowering Inferno - 'Juanita Bonita'
  • 2008: Quantic presenta Flowering Inferno - 'Death of the Revolution'
  • 2008: Quantic presenta Flowering Inferno - 'Cuidad del Swing'
  • 2008: Quantic - 'When You're Through'
  • 2009: Quantic & Nickodemus - 'Sun People'
  • 2011: Quantic - 'Sol Clap'
  • 2011: Quantic & Los Miticos del Ritmo - 'Hiphop en Cumbia'
  • 2012: Quantic & Alice Russell with the Combo Bárbaro - 'Look Around the Corner'
  • 2012: Quantic & Alice Russell with the Combo Bárbaro - 'Magdalena'
  • 2013: Quantic & Alice Russell with the Combo Bárbaro - 'I'd Cry'
  • 2013: Quantic & Ana Tijoux - 'Doo Wop (That Thing)'
  • 2013: Quantic & Nidia Góngora - 'Muévelo negro'
  • 2014: Quantic - 'Duvidó'
  • 2014: Quantic & Alice Russell - 'You Will Return'
  • 2014: Quantic - 'Spark It'
  • 2014: Quantic - 'El Yagé' (self-released)

Collaborations on individual songs by other artists[edit]

Holland has collaborated and was featured on many recordings by other musicians, including (listed alphabetically):

  • DJ Greyboy, on the track 'Got to Be a Love' from the album Soul Mosaic (2004).
  • Kinny, on the track 'Enough Said' (2008).
  • Lanu, on the track 'Mother Earth' from the album This Is My Home (2007).
  • Mr. Scruff, on the tracks 'It's Dancing Time' (2002), 'Giraffe Walk' (2006) and 'Donkey Ride' (2008).
  • Nickodemus, as co-producer for 'La lluvia', 'Didibina' on the album Sun People (2009), and on 'Conmigo' (2012) as Guitarist.
  • Nostalgia 77, on the track 'Thing' (2004); as Saxophonist.
  • Alice Russell, on the track 'Somebody's Gonna Love You' from the album Under the Munka Moon (2004).
  • Transgressors, on the tracks 'Will Power' and 'Money for Born, Money for Die' from the single Will Power (2012); as Guitarist.
  • The Whitefield Brothers on the track 'Lullaby for Lagos' from the album Earthology (2009); as Guitarist.

References[edit]

  1. ^Tom Horan (2014) 'Quantic: 'All music is authentic', The Guardian. April 25, 2014. Accessed June 14, 2019.
  2. ^'Quantic'. NME. Retrieved 22 April 2009.
  3. ^'Quantic & B+ (Album, Film, Photo, Q&A)'. Choice Cuts. Retrieved 22 April 2009.
  4. ^'YouTube'. Apple. Retrieved 1 July 2008.
  5. ^https://quanticmusic.bandcamp.com/album/atlantic-oscillations-2

External links[edit]

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