Doma Tornados

REVIEW Makina – Hondo

By 13 October, 2016

A lot has happened since the beginning of the tropical bass explosion, with the early ambassadors reaching out to find more fertile ground in which to expand the sound barriers and ensure it transcends genre limits. Argentina was one of the first... Read Article

REVIEW El Remolón – Selva Remixes

By 25 June, 2015

It was the beginning of the year 2007, when avant garde Chilean experimental music netlabel Pueblo Nuevo released Cumbia Bichera EP, the first electronic cumbia effort by Argentinean Andrés Schteingart, a.k.a. El Remolón. A lot has been going on since then,... Read Article

MIXTAPE Doma Tornados’s Wand Aus Klang Mixtape

By 02 April, 2013

Wand Aus Klang is a heavy dose of global bass from the always reliable Doma Tornados. The mix does a great job of showing the links (heavy bass, dub, indigenous samples, percussion) between the electronic artists working across... Read Article

REVIEW Doma Tornados – Ritmo Latido

By 04 November, 2012

From start to finish, Ritmo Latido plunges the listener into a musical journey of epic proportions. At once tribalistic and cutting-edge, the Argentine musician Guillermo Piacenza (operating under the pseudonym Doma Tornados, and slickly translating as ‘Tame Tornados’... Read Article

Pueblo Nuevo: The New Sounds of Santiago

By 22 August, 2011

Santiago’s Pueblo Nuevo is one of our favourite record labels, continually putting out interesting and diverse releases from artists based in Chile, and sometimes from further afield, all of which are made available for free download on their... Read Article