Selected Works ︎︎︎
The Eternal White 
Directed by Christoph Behl

Our first sci-fi series, in collaboration with Estudio Espeis (Ezequiel Tarica).
For this fantastic world of South American miners and space invaders, we spent several months crafting a musical identity that reflects the heart of our lands and the sonic texture of a futuristic dystopia.
At the moment, we can only share the titles  as the series will premiere this year on one of the major platforms. Nevertheless, we believe it captures the spirit of the soundtrack.

TV Series

Directed by Alexis Torazza 

We teamed up with percussionist and producer Juan Ortíz to blend Latin American sounds with intricate African polyrhythms he's a master at. Layer upon layer of vocals combined with Djembes, Atoke, Sagban, Kenkeni, and Dun Dun drums to create this powerful piece.
This spot was shot in Peru's Sacred Valley to support the Sol y Luna foundation campaign by Alexis Torazza Gazzone, an extraordinary artist always diving into projects to aid the most vulnerable.
The music was composed before being paired with visuals, affirming once again how film and music are constantly feeding off each other.

Documentary Film

Una Vida Karateka
Directed by Fernando Mántaras

For many years, this ambitious project remained an open question. We explored several proposals for the musical palette, yet we reached an answer when we saw “Death for five voices” by Werner Herzog.
Herzog’s work inspired this grandiose, filthy, religious and transgressive piece. It immerses its listeners in synthetic oceans with nods to Charly Garcia. A choir of men in a traditionally-female register and women in a traditionally-masculine register shares the stage with distorted punk bass lines, ambiented in an immense and unreal cathedral. And at times, a polyphonic, sacred organ sets the beat for the protagonist’s poetic improvisations.

Documentary Film

Camino de Fuego
Directed by David Nazareno

The starting point for this project was the monumental landscape of the Pampas, in the Province of Buenos Aires. They evoked this austere solo guitar, with plenty of silences that surfaced the voice in the images themselves.
This inspiration led to long improvisation sessions, including bursts of spontaneous recording. The freshness of the process is reflected in the main musical themes that emerged from these sessions. These themes were enhanced with variations in tonality and orchestration: Indian Shrutis and Leguero drums were added, among other elements. Each time they are foregrounded, they shape the structure of this soundtrack.

Documentary Film

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