(17/18) Quinn launches his own label, El Triangulo, with the coastal cool of "Different Aspirations". The title track ploughs a familiar funk/rock furrow to his other distinctive output, elevating things (in the cosmic mix on the A-side) to breezy yacht-rockin', Steely Dan channeling heights, while the radio edit bakes down the hooks into delicious bitesize pieces. Loose percussion, low slung bass and jazzy piano drift on by Quinn's nimble fretwork, while his crystal clear vocals effortlessly bridge the yacht-funk, jazz and 70s soul influences of this sublime track. If you've ever caught Quinn live or copped his 'Por Cada Nube' album you'll be well aware of his impeccable choice of cover version, and the Paqua man closes the set out with a chugging, lysergic take on Joni Mitchell's "Woodstock". Distorted organ, astral vocals and searing guitar ride a non stop groove as Quinn takes us off into a true blue tie dye future.
- A Different Aspirations (Cosmic)
- B1 Different Aspirations (Radio)
- B2 Woodstock