Here is an interview with Sr Mandril for the new album Terragroove – Out Now on Three Sixty.
(REPRESENTING MEXICO IN MONTREAL) “ROLLING STONE” (August 2006) “With an excellent mix of lounge and acid jazz, Sr. Mandril conquered the audience in both presentations at the 27th edition of the Montreal International Jazz Festival 2006…Ramsés Ramírez and Germán González captivated the audience with their music…”
(THIS IS THE SOUND OF MEXICO RIGTH NOW) “FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DE JAZZ DE MONTREAL” (july 2006) “Sr. Mandril have a goal: merge electro elements with thoroughly live guitar, bass, keys and percussion. The payoff: a crossbreed of acid jazz, ambient, lounge, trip hop and house with latin rythm and flair. This is the sound of Mexico right now”
THE 10 BEST LATIN CD’S OF 2005 “ROLLING STONE” (february 2006) Sr. Mandril..s debut album is considered one of the 10 best releases of 2005 by Rolling Stone latin america.
INTERNATIONAL OVERTUNES “LA TEMPESTAD” (june 2005) “… A happy incoherency between the wild name (Mr. Mandrill) and the ligth and clean sound of these duet. Without bigger instrumental postpodruction paraphernalia, this is a mexican chill out work with international overtunes”.
“DJ CONCEPT “(March 2005) “The debut album of Sr. Mandril shows talent not just on the interpretation and improvitation, but in the creative capacity and the perfect selection of instruments…they have an electronic world beat project worried to select efficiently their collaborators”
“ROLLING STONE” (february 2005) “The national Lounge and Acid jazz have never been better represented until now with the appearing of this “Sr. Mandril” with two heads. Ramsés Ramíres and Germán González are the genius behind every sound of these, their first album…”