John Talabot

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John Talabot
Birth name Oriol Riverola
Origin Barcelona
Genres House music, electronic
Occupation(s) DJ
Labels Hivern Discs, Permanent Vacation, Young Turks
Associated acts Pional, The xx, DFA, Jamie xx

John Talabot (born Oriol Riverola 8 January 1982), is a Spanish DJ, producer and electronic musician.

Talabot had released a number of tracks in 2009 but rose to fame with the track Sunshine in 2010. He released his debut album ƒIN in January 2012 on Permanent Vacation garnering a 5 star review in The Guardian.[1]

Co-hosted with Franc Sayol a weekly radio show, El Ritmo Infinito, on Spain's Radio 3 from September 2013 until June 2014.


Mix albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • ƒIN (Permanent Vacation, 2012)

Singles & EPs[edit]

  • My Old School (Permanent Vacation, 2009)
  • Sunshine (Hivern Discs, 2009)
  • Mathilda's Dream (Permanent Vacation, 2010)
  • Families (Young Turks, 2011)
  • So Will Be Now (Permanent Vacation, 2013)


  1. ^ "John Talabot:fin". The Guardian. 26 January 2012. 

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