Sr Mandril

Sr Mandril

Genres:Jazz/Funky House/Electro-acoustic

Sr.Mandril´s first album was released on 2005 when Germán González and Ramsés Ramírez mixed their ideas on the creation of this project. This way the electronic elements are combined with acoustic and electrical instruments, creating a construction of colours, sounds and influences that go from acid jazz and ambient to latin, and from lounge to funk with a slice of house.

After releasing a debut homonym album, which “Rolling Stone” considered one of the 10 best latin albums of the year , Sr. Mandril released it´s second production in 2008, “Terragroove”, which was considered by “Indie Rocks Mag” one of the 100 best albums of the decade with an exquisit blend of funk, acid jazz, and rock with electronic and latin elements.

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“Naco es Chido-Botellita de Jerez Soundtrack (2010)

“Music for moving images vol.3 (Three Sixty Records 2010)

”Uni Radio 3 Años” (Uni Radio 2010)

“Soundtrip Mexico” (Piranha / Germany 2009)

“Juegos Inocentes Soundtrack” (Intolerancia Mexico 2009)

“Sr Mandril – Terragroove (Three Sixty Records 2009)

“Intolerancia 2.2” (Intolerancia Records 2008)

“Sr. Mandril – Terragroove (Intolerancia / Discos Konfort 2008)

“Music for moving images vol. 2” (Three Sixty Records 2007)

“Sr. Mandril – Lover” (Three Sixty Records 2007)

“Sr. Mandril – Brillo” (Three Sixty Records 2007)

“Sr. Mandril” (Discos Konfort / Noise Kontrol 2005)

“Androide Prazer” (Noise Kontrol 2005)

“Adán y Eva (todavía) Soundtrack” (Noise Kontrol 2005)

“Antojitos Mexicanos Vol. 1” ( 2005)

“The Now Sound of Mexico” (King a Groove Records Canada 2004)

“Máximas Texturas 06” (Discos Konfort 2004)

“Máximas Texturas 10” (Discos Konfort 2004)

“Mexico Sessions Vol. 1” (Bons Records 2003)