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VQSE001
ARTIST
QUILLA
TITLE
BEAUTIFUL HYBRID REMIX PROJECT PART ONE (INCL. RICARDO VILLALOBOS REMIX)
LABEL
Visionquest Special Editions
CATALOGUE
VQSE001
FORMAT
12"
DEALER PRICE
£4.50
RELEASE DATE
2014/01/20
TERRITORY
WORLDWIDE
GENRE
OTHER ARTISTS
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MISC
VINYL ONLY, LIMITED PRESSING.
DESCRIPTION

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Visionquest launch a new vinyl only offshoot in 2014, with Visionquest Special Editions.  The first release is a remix EP of tracks from burgeoning singer songwriter and composer Quilla AKA Anna Luisa Daigneault from Montreal. The original version of these tracks will feature on Quilla’s debut album ‘Beautiful Hybrid’ which will be released later this year on Ritual Fire Records.

Quilla was a featured on Sultan & Ned Shepard’s house anthem ‘Walls’, which was released on Tiesto’s Club Life Miami Vol. 2.  Quilla’s other successful collaborations include the uplifting anthem ‘Alive’ on Armada and she has forthcoming releases on Revealed and Black Hole Recordings.

Featured here are three innovative remixes of the original tracks. Ricardo Villalobos and Shaun Reeves have a produced a superb exotically hypnotic contextual take on ‘A Million Broken Bikes’, languid and louche this charmingly evocative remix is simply stunning. On the flip Mirko Loko also remixes ‘A Million Broken Bikes’ producing a undulating, celebratory, suitably tribal salute to the sunrise. Finally Craig Richards warps ‘Time Travel Spies’ into an esoteric half step off-kilter beast of a remix!

This is the first of three remix projects with Quilla that will be released on Visionquest Special Editions this year. Please note these will be vinyl only and a limited pressing. Forthcoming releases feature remixes by Matthew Herbert, Agoria, Ryan Crosson, Wareika and Terje Bakke.

Published: January 9, 2014