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1 January 1977 |
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
|Genres||Trip hop, electronica, breakbeat|
|Labels||Eighteenth Street Lounge|
|Associated acts||Ursula 1000|
Gimeno was born in Brooklyn, New York. During his childhood, he and his family moved to Miami Beach where his father had an extended residency. He moved back to Brooklyn in the late 1990s.
In his youth, Gimeno was exposed to 50s and 60s exotica, world music, bossa nova and mambo his parents listened to which deeply influenced him. His own personal tastes were deep in new wave, post-punk, glam rock, hip hop and acid house. He began collecting records as a teenager and in his own words "never stopped". By 2005, he owned over 20,000 records, filling up an entire room in his apartment. His father worked as a musician and was a member of a flamenco band called Los Chavales de España.
Gimeno entered the music business around 1990. He was a DJ on Miami Beach for nearly a decade, and early in his career, he played drums for a band called 23. He also had his own show on the pirate radio station WOMB.
After extensive work as a DJ, he sent a demo of original work to Washington, D.C.-based record label ESL Music, which was immediately interested in signing him. On that label, Gimeno has released a number of original albums and several mix sessions.
He has done remixes for the likes of Quincy Jones, Felix Da Housecat, The Faint, Fort Knox Five to a slew of television remodels for themes to Sesame Street, The Powerpuff Girls, The Incredibles, and Yo Gabba Gabba. Scenes and promos for Sex And The City, Greys Anatomy and How I Met Your Mother, and Modern Family have also featured several of his remixes, as have marketing campaigns for AT&T, Samsung, Adidas and Grand Marnier.
His collaborations with Dr. Luke, Kool Kojak, Fred Schneider, Isabelle Antena, Shag, Cristina, Los Amigos Invisibles, Misty Roses, Federico Aubele to name a few brought forth sheer magic on the five albums, The Now Sound of Ursula 1000, Kinda Kinky, Here Comes Tomorrow, Mystics and Mondo Beyondo. All Systems Are Go Go and Ursadelica showed the world his dj skills and ear for the best in hip shaking groovers. Undressed had it all re-imagined by electronics finest like Deekline, Ladytron, Product.01, Malente and more.
In 2013, he started his own label called Insect Queen Music, releasing side projects like the space disco influenced Quentin Quatro. The Disco Quatro EP was the first release and the follow up, the Quatrophonic EP is scheduled for Spring 2014.
- The Now Sound of Ursula 1000 (1999)
- All Systems are Go Go (2000)
- Kinda' Kinky (2002)
- Ursadelica (2004)
- Here Comes Tomorrow (2006)
- Undressed ...Remixed (2008)
- Mystics (2009)
- Mondo Beyondo (2011)
- Very Leggy EP (1999)
- The Shake EP (2000)
- Rennsport EP (2000)
- Beatbox Cha Cha EP (2001)
- Mucho Tequila EP (2001)
- Samba 1000 EP (2003)
- Boop EP (2006)
- Quentin Quatro-Disco Quatro EP (2013)
- Quentin Quatro-Quatrophonic EP (2014) 
- "Kinky Sounds of Ursula 1000" (2000)
- "Urgent/Anxious" (2006)
- "Electrik Boogie" (2007)
- "Step Back" feat. Sista Widey (2007)
- "Zombies" (2009)
- "Star Machine" (2009)
- "Rocket" (2010)
- "Fuzz" (2010)
- "Hey You" feat. Fred Schneider (2011)
- "Baby Laser Love" (2011)
- "Repetez Le Repertoire" (2011)
- '"Vampire Vamp" by The Fangs, aka Fred Schneider (B-52s) and Ursula 1000 (2012)
- Pierre Henry and Michel Colombier - ("Psyche Rock") (2000)
- Nicola Conte - ("Missione A Bombay") (2001)
- Felix da Housecat featuring Miss Kittin - ("Madame Hollywood") (2002)
- The Faint - ("You're Retro Career Melted") (2003)
- Don Tiki - ("The Other Side of the Moon[disambiguation needed]") (2004)
- The Incredibles - ("Main Theme") (2004)
- Bill Cosby and Quincy Jones - ("Along Came Mister Nobody") (2004)
- The Chordettes - ("Lollipop") (2005)
- Thunderball - ("Get Up With The Get Down") (2007)
- Federico Aubele - ("Corazon") (2007)
- Fagget Fairys - ("Uzela") (2008)
- Mocean Worker - ("Shake Ya Boogie") (2009)
- The Superions - ("Totally Nude Island") (2010)
- The Postmarks - ("Go Jetsetter") (2010)
- The Glass - ("Superhero") (2010)
- Wet Cookies - ("I Got Reasons") (2010)
- Tom Piper and Destroy Disco - ("My Sound") (2010)
- Hayz - ("Ghetto Base") (2010)
- Robb G - ("12 Inch Therapy") (2010)
- Nappy Riddem - ("Rastar") (2010)
- The Pinker Tones - ("Sampleame") (2010)
Quentin Quatro-Quatrophonic EP