Based in Uruguay and one of South America’s most exciting homegrown talents is Diego Infanzon. Resident at one of the region’s most prominent club events called La Terraza, he has also released tracks on labels ranging from Stereo Productions run by Chus & Ceballos, to Tronic run by Christian Smith.
Playing for La Terraza, Diego has rubbed shoulders with many of the world’s most distinguished electronic music artists, and played alongside legends such as Nic Fanciulli, Joseph Capriati and John Digweed.
Diego Infanzon has proven himself in both house and techno genres, with an eclectic taste that when it comes to production incorporates a variety of elements from different styles. His latest release is a label debut on Carl Cox’s Intec Digital, and the first track “Locomotora” blends a tech house groove with an increased tempo and the dark atmosphere of some melodic pads.
Locomotora is also the title track on the EP and its deep techno vibe leads into the more aggressive second cut titled “Take This One”, which has tougher percussion with a heavy kick drum and a looped vocal. Take This One has a twisted sound with trippy synths and a solid thump to it that’s trademark of Intec’s usual style.
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