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DT712 – Paco Osuna

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Paco Osuna is one of Spain’s most prolific DJ’s and an iconic figure on the global club scene. Playing many of the world’s top events and festivals he is in constant high demand as a headline artist. Boasting an impressive back catalogue of music, he has been releasing music for nearly two decades on influential labels ranging from Richie Hawtin’s Minus to his own Mindshake Records.

Recently he put out a new EP on Mindshake with two originals and heavyweight remixes from Egbert and Marco Faraone.
Known for having a high energy style that flits between tech-house and techno we are honoured to have this mix from Paco Osuna that’s been recorded exclusively for Data Transmission…

Today, Paco Osuna joins on the podcast for the first time. Listen to it below, on Mixcloud or iTunes here.

Sum up this podcast in 10 words…
Dynamic and focused, perfect for dancing to in any situation.

What’s your personal favourite track on it?
Project00’s remix of “I Want” by Manu Gonzalez. Project00 is my shared alias with Fer BR who is soon to drop his new album on my label Mindshake. Fer BR is one of my favourite artists and this remix is one of our tracks that I’m most proud of.

What’s the special ingredient in this mix?
It’s a mix of different styles that appeals to people with all tastes while also exposing them to great tracks from other genres they might not usually listen to.

Tell us about your next remix or EP?
I am working on a remix for Groove Armada, soon released on the Snatch! label, with two different versions that me and Fer BR are doing under our alias Project00. I am also preparing an EP on my label Mindshake that will be made in collaboration with a mix of different artists from the label

What else have you got coming up?
I’m waiting for this pandemic to come to an end, so soon as possible, I can start playing gigs again, as I really miss playing music to people on a dance floor.

And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?
Yes, musically speaking… keep following the quality and not the quantity, as less is often more, and great music lasts a lifetime!

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