Mr Bleat Remixes Featuring Sebastian Reynolds

Photo by Miles Hart

Mr. Bleat is an electro house/pop trio based in Medellín, Colombia. With influences from French House, synth pop and German techno, the trio of Sara Rodas, Pablo Ángel and Alejandro Bernal are set to release their new EP of remixes of their 2018 smash hit singles Búho and Del Tiempo Perdido on 22nd February 2019 via the band’s Colombian record label Música Corriente, in collaboration with GUM Club, an imprint of Gumlabel, home to The Shoes and Woodkid, amongst others. The EP features a remix by UK producer and composer Sebastian Reynolds. Sebastian has been lauded for his recent Solo Collective collaboration with Anne Müller and Alex Stolze, and his debut solo release the Mahajanaka EP, all released via Alex’s Nonostar records imprint. Sebastian’s Mahajanaka EP featured a remix from Mr. Bleat’s Alejandro Bernal under his Atlasov moniker, and Sebastian was more than happy to return the favour and rework a Mr. Bleat track for their EP.

Since forming in 2007 Mr. Bleat has released several EPs and two albums, Señor Beat in 2011 and Los Lobos in 2015, the latter featured the hit single Magia Negra which was ranked #1 at Radionica, Colombian national radio, it has approaching 400k plays on Spotify, and will soon be featured on the soundtrack for season 2 of Diablero on Netflix. Mr. Bleat will release their third album in Summer 2019 following the release of the lead singles, Búho and Del Tiempo Perdido, in 2018. To celebrate the critical success of these first two singles the band are releasing an EP of remixes. From techno to ambient through house and tropical bass, the EP contains 7 diverse and eclectic remixes from a fascinating, international mix of artists. EP track list below.

Following major tours in Latin America (Colombia, Mexico, Argentina and Chile) and the United States, Mr. Bleat will make their debut live performances in Europe in Summer 2019.

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