With eclectic and psychedelic beats pureed in a satisfyingly smooth tech-house processor, it’s easy to get lost in the magic of ‘El Molito.’ From British Columbia all the way to Neukölln, Berlin, Colin de la Plante’s catalog of fired-up, oddball disco cuts have been ambushing unsuspecting audiences for the past two decades. Rather than completely shift groove gears with every new release, this prolific musician has made timelessly funky, left-of-centre electronic loops his winning trademark.
Eclectic and psychedelic beats pureed in a smooth tech-house processor; left-of-centre electronic loops with a timelessly funky flair; fired-up, oddball disco grooves
Maybe Tomorrow Records, Wagon Repair, Serialism Records, Sound Of Vast, Circus Company
A Walk in a Field (2019), De La Planet (2017)
On rare occasions, The Mole has brought out his so-called “starchy root machine”: five turntables simultaneously playing hand-made loops that he manipulates in real-time. The result is a psychedelic blend of overlapping locked grooves
Montréal: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014