The Quantic Soul Orchestra

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The Quantic Soul Orchestra
Will Holland with his Quantic Soul Orchestra, NYC (2009).jpg
Background information
GenresFunk, salsa, bossa nova, soul
Years active2001–present
LabelsTru Thoughts
Associated actsQuantic
The Limp Twins
Quantic and his Combo Bárbaro
MembersWill Holland
German 'Chispa' Lawson
Javier Rivera
Popo Buckley
Past membersAlice Russell
Damian Bell
Rich Gibbs
Lucy Holland
Russell Knight
Simon Little
Oliver Minkley
Antonia Pheulatos
Russell Porter
John Styles
Dave Woodhouse

The Quantic Soul Orchestra is a live band project of musician and DJ, Will Holland. Holland has recorded under several names, most notably Quantic. The band's line-up changes from album to album, with sometime members including Holland's sister, saxophonist Lucy Holland, his Limp Twins collaborator Russ Porter and former Hardkandy member Simon Little.[1] Will Holland plays guitar and bass, and performs some of the percussion.

Their music focuses on reviving a dusty funk and jazz sound. They are signed to the Tru Thoughts label and have released three albums to date as well as a collaborative album with renowned funk and soul artist Spanky Wilson.[2]

Their latest album, Tropidélico was recorded in Colombia, where Holland is now based.




  • Super 8 (7", Tru Thoughts, 2001)
  • Assassin (7", Tru Thoughts, 2002)
  • Babarabatiri / The Conspirator (7", Tru Thoughts, 2003)
  • Pushin' On (7", Tru Thoughts, 2003)
  • Stampede Remix EP (12", Tru Thoughts, 2003)
  • Hold on Tight (7", Tru Thoughts, 2005)
  • End of the Road / San Sebastian Strut (7", Tru Thoughts, 2006)
  • I'm Thankful (Part 1) / Don't Joke with a Hungry Man (Part 3) (7", Tru Thoughts, 2006)
  • She Said What? (12", Tru Thoughts, 2007)


In addition to the album with Wilson, The Quantic Soul Orchestra appeared on the single "Enough Said" (2008) by fellow Tru Thoughts artist, Kinny.


  1. ^ Simon Little discography at Discogs
  2. ^ Slawecki, Chris. "Spanky Wilson & The Quantic Soul Orchestra: I'm Thankful (2007)". All About Jazz. Retrieved 24 July 2011.

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