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DT806 – Cristhian Balcazar

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As far back as his high school days, Cristhian Balcazar was playing across South America’s finest clubs. After proving himself at a young age, he moved to New York City and furthered his skills and his sounds, picking up fans like Jamie Jones, Marco Carola and Archie Hamilton, whilst dropping releases on labels like Sagmen, Roush and Material.

Here he continues to blend minimal, tech and house into fresh new forms on Jamie Jones’s ever-impressive Hottrax imprint. The Epic sound of Cristhian kicks off with a high-speed and intergalactic journey with a significant and worldwide rising.

Today, he joins on the podcast for the first time. Listen to it below, on Mixcloud or iTunes here.

What’s your personal favourite track on it? 
Cristhian Balcazar – Walking Miles ( Original Mix ) / First Track on the mix and my Favorite track at the moment. 

What’s the special ingredient in this mix? 
Mix the track after the minute. 

Tell us about your next EP.
I have a new EP called ‘Move Your Body’ and my brand NEW album JACOB.

What have you got coming up? 
Shows in the United States, maybe Europe & South America next year. 

And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?
Peace and Love God Bless You Guys.

Tracklist

1 – Cristhian Balcazar – Walking Miles
2 – Cristhian Balcazar – Estuviste Allí
3 – Cristhian Balcazar – Move Your Body
4 – Cristhian Balcazar – My Mission
5 – Cristhian Balcazar – Salinas
6 – Cristhian Balcazar – Mint
7 – Cristhian Balcazar – Esperanza
8 – Cristhian Balcazar – Miami
9 – Cristhian Balcazar – Encuentros
10 – Cristhian Balcazar – Drumdry
11 – Cristhian Balcazar – Confrontation
12 – Cristhian Balcazar – Good Makes
13 – ID
14 – Cristhian Balcazar, Ariel Maridueña – Electroz
15 – Cristhian Balcazar, Nicolas Caprile – Move your ZZ
16 – Cristhian Balcazar, Ariel Maridueña – Breeze

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