Manoloco | Mind Your Own Groove

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Mind Your Own Groove

by Manoloco

Psychedelic DownTempo with a Progressive vibe
Genre: Electronic: Down Tempo
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1. GTR & Me
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2. To The Beat (Kukan Dub Lagan Remix)
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3. Slow
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4. The Other Past
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5. Labels
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6. Fly Fly High
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7. Second Trance
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8. Ask Britney
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9. Find Inspiration
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10. Evil Me
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11. From Scratch To Knob
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Manoloco - Mind Your Own Groove is the 2nd project added to the house of Mighty Fat Records. A year since their debut compilation 'Mellowgrounds', Oded Keret and Dovev Nistor have found a rose in a field of thorns.

Manoloco (Roman Giler) was born in 1978 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and now presides in Israel. Manoloco found his passion for music at a very young age and was influenced by a wide variety of music. He started playing the piano at the age of 12, and then taught himself to play the guitar and an assortment of other musical instruments along the way.

Today at the age of 27, Manoloco spends most of his time stretching the limits of his home studio. In ‘Mind Your Own Groove’ he produces a unique collection of electronic music integrated with live instruments and drops of Psy elements that are blended into a Down-tempo pool of sound. Manoloco’s sparkling debut is a new light glimmering in the desert, and is sure to be a fresh uptake on the electronic scene.


"The album alloys the elements of downtempo, psy trance and dub quite well. Most of the songs bring slower beats, especially the first track called ’GTR & Me’ is a very smooth chill music – this one mostly remains to the mood of the album’s cover: pitched down jungle groove, piano, acoustic guitar, synth bars, calmness, it’s more about dub, basicly a real downtempo-dub hybrid, dreamy, pleasant and uplifitng mood."

DJ Suefo | manamana.hu


"Mind Your Own Groove is a worthy addition to your chillout collection. The style is wonderfully shanti-free, and has a definite nod to “proper” electronica...what ties it all in together so neatly is the quirk and the definitive style that runs through Manoloco’s music."

Damion | psyreviews.net


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Damion

Mind Your Own Groove is a worthy addition to your chillout collection
I must confess to being a bit of a fan of this. Mighty Fat have been rather quiet since their excellent debut comp Mellowgrounds, and while this album isn’t quite up there in the in the freshness and quality stakes, it’s still bloody nice.

Recorded by 27 year-old Roman Giler, Mind Your Own Groove is a worthy addition to your chillout collection. The style is wonderfully shanti-free, and has a definite nod to “proper” electronica without being as loftily alienating as the likes of Bluetech. The album mostly resides within the realms of dubby headnod, but it’s dubby headnod done well: the lazy digidub of Ask Britney is as impressive as it is nonchalant, and Kukan Dub Lagan’s mix of To The Beat is another highlight.

But what ties it all in together so neatly is the quirk and the definitive style that runs through Manoloco’s music. There’s a sort of confusion, a cheeky enthusiasm and a smooth, understated quality to what he does. At its peak – arguably the joyous, compelling From Scratch To Knob – Mind Your Own Groove is enjoyable, quirky, and unashamedly different. Not a classic, but a worthwhile diversion from the worn path of formulaic downtempo.