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Argentina is the place for the 115th Stripped Recordings release as we bring you the pairing of Guille Quero & Sound Process and their track “Denial”. We bring Lonya from Tel Aviv for remix duties of which Hernan Cattaneo was quoted as saying “Lonya remixed rocked at Creamfields,Buenos Aires. For more on the duo see below.
GUILLE QUERO & SOUND PROCESS | DENIAL
01. Original Mix
02. Lonya Remix
115-SR | STRIPPED RECORDINGS
Available exclusively @ Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/release/denial/1039756
SASHA LE MONNIER
More on the duo…
Under the influence of such artists as Frankie Knuckles, David Morales and Danny Tenaglia, in 1991 Guillermo Quero began his career as the warm-up DJ at Reflex club in Quilmes, south of Buenos Aires. A year later, he became the main resident.
Identified with house, he also started playing music at different radio shows devoted to electronic culture and, in 1993, he stepped into his second residency at Nexo, a six thousand people venue located in Lomas de Zamora, where he stood out as a clear referent among the DJs of the southern city.
Sound Process a.k.a Juan Goya, the Argentinian born, Buenos Aires based dj & producer gained a lot of attention in 2010 with his track “Anatolian” for friskyRecords, a track that has been on many DJs wishlists for several months.
Focused on deep and rough-edged underground house, his musical taste and style tends towards deep-tech, progressive house and melodic techno.
His tracks are regularly played and supported by industry most important names such as Sasha, Hernan Cattaneo, Nick Warren, Dave Seaman, Jimmy Van M, Henry Saiz, Eelke Kleijn, Pole Folder and Cid Inc, to name a few.
In 2012 he started working in the studio with Jimmy Van M and Guille Quero on releases scheduled for 2013.
Besides his work and demand as producer and remixer, he established himself as a DJ, playing in lots of cities and venues in his country.
With a discography of over 50 signed tracks between originals and remixes up to date in great labels like Baroque Records (UK), Proton (USA), Outside The Box Music (NED), Flow Vinyl (PR) Stripped Recordings (UK), Replug (FIN), Nurvous (USA), Crossfrontier (GER), Lowbit (UK), friskyRecords (USA), between others. With even more releases and remixes for 2013, you can catch Sound Process for one complete hour of mixed musical exquisiteness every first thusday of the month on his show “Still Deeper”
In 2003, Paul Oakenfold picked him as the winner of the first Heineken Thirst Contest in Argentina and he also joined the Creamfields Buenos Aires line-up since that year on. After headlining a festival in Paraguay and playing with the likes of Nick Warren and the Australian trio Infusion, in 2004 Guille (for friends) had already stepped to the DJ booth of main events around Argentina.
He started producing in 2005 and his track Virus soon reached international audience when included by fellow Martín García on his guest set for UK”s Kiss FM. The same year, both artists frequently shared Pachá”s decks and Guille also played at Brahma Beats festival, Moonpark alongside Hernán Cattáneo and John Digweed, and with Jimmy Van M. in the city of Rosario. In January 2006, he toured around Argentina and Uruguay with Luke Fair and Hernán Cattáneo.
2007 became the most positive year in his career since, apart from being included in the line-ups of the most important festivals in Argentina -Creamfields Buenos Aires and Southfest- and playing with Martín García at their Journey parties, he began to perform as B2B with local young producer Deep Mariano.
After sharing the booth with Satoshi Tomiie, Desyn Masiello and Gui Boratto, the duo released “WATD” on label FeralCode. Said track was played on the most important dancefloors in the world by Sasha and Jimmy Van M and was the track chosen to be remixed in a contest organized by the label, the virtual record store Resonant Vibes and Frisky radio station.
Nowadays, Guille keeps producing new tracks with Deep Mariano and playing at different South American clubs and parties every week as well as he had offered his personal music selections on the Metrodance Club show, broadcasted on Metrodance 95.1 FM.