Before they perfected the electronica-meets-tango sound from the Gotan Project, Paris musicians Philippe Cohen Solal and Christoph H. Mueller proved helpful together within the Children from Brazil and Stereo system Action Unlimited as soon as 1996. Launching their music on Solal’s Ya Basta label, both quickly captured the ears of Jazzanova, Gilles Peterson, Mr. Scruff, as well as other electronica tastemakers, while Coca-Cola selected a Children from Brazil monitor for a Western european television industrial. Despite all of the achievement, the duo wished a task that had a far more constant mood. Sense that both tango and dub acquired a subdued and melancholic audio, they made a decision to combine the styles. By adding Eduardo Makaroff in 1999, they produced the Gotan Task and released their to begin four 10″s on Ya Basta in Feb 2000. The music group acquired drummed up a significant buzz within the U.K. and Western european press, and shortly XL Recordings snagged the group. XL released their full-length debut, La Revancha del Tango, in 2001, as well as the self-proclaimed “best Argentinian music artists exiled in Paris” toured to aid the record, with guest music artists along with a video backdrop by media musician Prisca Lobjoy. Lunatico, from 2006, was called after tango tale Carlos Gardel’s champ racehorse. Tango 3.0 made an appearance this year 2010. In Apr of 2011, to celebrate the tenth wedding anniversary of La Revancha del Tango, the Gotan Task enlisted the celebrities from the nueva cumbia picture to remix the recording and retitled it La Revancha en Cumbia. It had been extended and released like a full-length on Compact disc in October of this year.