After releasing two albums in 2003 and 2005 and gaining a wider audience for his work, Loopez took some time to remix the dusty vaults of Sexteto Electrónico Moderno from Uruguay.
Often busy with local live shows, the Loopez 5-piece band has been taking the Loopez sound on stage with huge success wherever they play.
Following the release of his two albums Pool and ...Too Montevideo based Loopez took a break from producing and focused more on life. He then returned with a deep latin vibed 4-track-EP in collaboration with fellow friend Renegades Of Jazz, providing the audio punches once again and selfreleasing his brand new album Free in summer 2012 on his Nodo-Music network.
Free has been getting great feedback throughout the scene and now sees the light in 12 different forms, retaped, remixed, reworked and reloved by a colourful spectrum of producers hailing from South America, USA and Europe. The result, Free Remixed, is a journey through the art of the remix in all its shapes.
Starting off with The Coconut Monkeyrocke” remix, reminiscent of certain nifty nights, the journey takes you through the unmissable chopwork of the Pushin Wood sound, over to the cinematic version by Daytoner, into a straight-up manifesto of Jazz done by K.Sabroso.
Eze Lodeiro (aka Doctor Stereo) takes the train back into the latin direction and is followed by a Dub-like version by Kaleidoscope Jukebox, who passes the torch straight into Jugoe's hands. Cooptrol's deep dive takes a break on Planet Monkey's deep-jungle-sounding anthem and restarts at Davtone's soundscope which ends on Androoval's moody take. Finally Daniel Anselmi closes the curtains with his sophisticated and mellow sound construction of Free Remixed.