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Tomas Otero is a young Techno DJ and producer born in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

His relationship with music starts very early in his life being captivated by different musical instruments. When he was only 3 years old, he started playing the drums and taking lessons to try to get the beats of some of his favourite artists. At the age of 14, he decided to develop his mixing technique and began his first studies in music production. Shortly after attending his first party, he sees his goal in life: to become a DJ.

His main influences are Enrico Sangiuliano, Adam Beyer, Richie Hawtin, and Jeff Mills. Today, at only 20 years old, he signed his music on Octopus Recordings, making a remix to HI-LO, the pseudonym of Oliver Heldens.

He also signed with Volta, the label of Victor Ruiz with his “Cant Stop” EP including a remix from Alex Stein & Drunken Kong. In addition, Set About, Codex and DJ MAG Latinoamerica Music, focusing on his favourite genre, Techno music.

He has received support from Enrico Sangiuliano, Victor Ruiz, Wehbba, HI-LO, Thomas Schumacher, Nicolas Taboada, Joyhauser, Alex Stein and many more artists that made his music sound in festivals such as Awakenings, Time Warp, Fusion Festival and many more… With more experience in the art of DJing, he has already played in clubs and festivals such as Crobar, Mandarine Tent, Rio Electronic Music, Ritterbutzke, and Lollapalooza and travelled abroad to countries like Chile, Germany & Netherlands.

Tomas is a talent to be recognized with a great future ahead of him.

Sum up this podcast in 10 words…

In this Podcast, Get to know more of my sound and my secret weapons.

What’s your personal favourite track on it?

Honestly, I don’t have a particular favourite. At this particular moment, I can tell you that my track “Can’t Stop” would be the one because it’s from my most recent release. But each of the tracks you have heard here is a track which was my favourite at the exact moment when I played it at Crobar Club, they are all special to me. 

What’s the special ingredient in this mix?

I really liked this set because I was able to try a lot of my new tracks and also play tracks that I really like and that inspire me.

Tell us about your next EP? What have you got coming up? 

I honestly don’t know. I’ve been making a lot of music and I even made a great collaboration with Mattia Saviolo that I hope will come out soon. After two months of living in Europe, the return to my country, Argentina, was so full of gigs and so much work that I still haven’t been able to sit down in my studio to create music. I hope to be able to sit down again in the studio to create more as soon as possible.  This week my EP “Can’t Stop” was released on Volta Records, Victor Ruiz’s label, which includes two original tracks “Can’t Stop” and “High Voltage” with two remixes by Drunken Kong and Alex Stein.

And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?

Thank you very much for giving me the space to show you the set I recorded at Crobar Club, a mythical club in the city of Buenos Aires. I hope you enjoy it a lot and that you like the new tracks that are not out yet. With much affection, I send you my kindest greetings.. 

Tomas.

Tracklist

Chris Avantgarde, Kevin de Vries – Condition (Original Mix) [Drumcode]
Wehbba, SCB – Survival (Original Mix) [Hotflush Recordings]
M.Fukuda – Dual Wield (The Reactivitz Remix) [Funk’n Deep Records]
Wehbba – The Next Step (Original Mix) [ Drumcode ]
Wehbba – Third Wave (Original Mix) [Drumcode]
Balthazar & JackRock – Ghost Inside A Dream (Original Mix) [Terminal M]
Tomas Otero, Mattia Saviolo – ID
Mattia Saviolo – Astel (Original Mix) [Hypnostate]
Tomas Otero, Mattia Saviolo – ID
Tomas Otero – Can’t Stop (Original Mix) [Volta Records]
Joyhauser – Crawler (Original Mix) [Terminal M]
Wehbba – Strange Dreamz (Original Mix) [Drumcode]
Victor Ruiz – Omen (Original Mix) [Drumcode]
Final Request – Fly Without Wings (Original Mix) [Atlant]

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