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URSULA 1000

URSULA 1000 RELEASES MYSTICS ON FEBRUARY 24, 2009

Ursula 1000 (née Alex Gimeno) releases his fourth studio album, Mystics, on February 24, 2009 through Eighteenth Street Lounge (ESL). This is the follow up to Here Comes Tomorrow (2005). Exclusive to the Mystics packaging is a full color poster by acclaimed comic book creator and 2008 Eisner Award winner, Vasilis Lolos. The first single from Mystics is “Zombies” featuring Kojak.



Ursula 1000 returns from journeys into outer space with an epic collection of psychedelic sonic sorcery. Zig-Zagging further away from the cheeky vintage breakbeat-rhumba of previous albums, the Brooklyn beat-wizard ventures into tougher and more angular territory: beats banging harder and bass popping louder. Drawing from a variety of new influences and collaborations, Ursula 1000 delivers lethal doses of dirty booty-breaks with tracks like “Rump” featuring MC Tee Double, gothic sexcapades with “I.C.O.M.E.” featuring sex-kitten vocalist Rochelle Vincente Von K, electro-dancehall with “Step Back” featuring Jamaican toaster Sista Widey, and disco-funk filth with “Star Machine” featuring jazz-breaks producer Mocean Worker. At once playful and dangerous, Mystics is a cry to the stars!



Watch the Ursula 1000 interview on Current TV here.



Watch the Ursula 1000 interview on TiVO here.



View Ursula 1000 live at The Big Chill Festival here.
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VASILIS LOLOS CREATES EXCLUSIVE ARTWORK FOR URSULA 1000 NEW ALBUM, MYSTICS

Acclaimed comic book creator, Vasilis Lolos has illustrated exclusive fold out artwork for electronic producer and international DJ, Ursula 1000’s new CD, Mystics. Lolos’ artwork features “The Wizard” which was inspired by the song with the same name. “The Wizard” is a celestial being who travels through and inside the cosmos enchanting planets. Lolos explains, “I tried to translate the tone of Mystics and “The Wizard” to colors and images, kind of like audio color therapy.”
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