Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Ernie - Guerreros
Record label: Minuendo Recordings
Influenced by electronic music of the late 80’s and the Old School hip hop culture since he was really young, is in ’95 when he got his first contact with Madrid’s underground scene, in clubs like Voltereta, The Omen, Soma and Midday, where he got huge dose of it and new electronic influences as attendant. This generated a big interest in him and decided to take part of the scene himself.
While all this years he has performed in great amount of clubs, festivals and museums across Europe and South America. Wax Sessions @ Moog (Bcn), Lo*Li*Ta (Bcn), D’Club (Laussane), La Feria (Santiago de Chile), Dominica Club 54 (Santiago de Chile), Blue Budah (Lima), Metro (Alicante), Deeptronic @ Deep (Madrid), Le Club (Valencia), Soma (Madrid), One (Madrid), Vademécum (Vigo), Contemporari Art Museum (Bologna), La Casa Encendida (Madrid), Overbooking Festival (Valencia), ElectroSplash (Castellon), Animo 03 Festival (Madrid), Deusto University (Bilbao), Matriz (Badajoz)… His sessions are plenty of big sense and strong personality, full of soul and good taste.
His evolution as dj and producer during these years takes him from the most minimalist and eclectic techno club sound, to the most deep and black house. Nowadays he is offering us the purest “Detroit House and Deep Techno” sound, inspired in artists like Theo Parrish, Moodymann, Omar S., Jus-Ed, 3Chairs, Rick Wade, Ron Trent, Dj QU…
He Works as resident dj in Sybaris, mixing all kind of black music like soul, funk, hiphop, lounge, breaks, disco…
In 2004, he created Minuendo Recordings with C. Gonzalez, one of the most polifacetics and alive in the actual electronic underground scene, putting together in the same label a huge variety of styles, IDM, Deep House, Techno, Ambient, Electro…
Joining in their 12” artist such a Antonelli Eclectr., Trolley Route aka Oscar Mulero, Arcanoid, Juju & Jordash, Patrice Scott, Jus-Ed, Dubbyman, Xpansul,… In this season Minuendo is deeply centered in the blacker sounds, deep house with the point of view in Detroit.
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