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Festival internacional de creatividad digital 

Berlin-based, Chilean-born producer, DJ and composer Ricardo Villalobos has been a techno and microhouse mainstay since the mid-90s, known for his epic, genre-spanning DJ sets (from jazz to Chilean pop), recording his own brand of sophisticated, high-fidelity minimal techno on German labels Playhouse, Perlon (including the five-LP, three-part Dependent and Happy) and his own Sei Es Drum, compiling the Fabric 36 mix, and inventively collaborating with Richie Hawtin, Daniel Bell, Jay Haze, Max Loderbauer and Vera Heindel. By now a familiar friend of MUTEK, Villalobos has played the festival several times since 2001, including sets at Piknic Electronik with Richie Hawtin and Zip, as well as MUTEK in Chile. This year, Villalobos not only appears with Max Loderbauer for the live Re: ECM project, but takes up the festival's late-night Saturday slot with one of his legendarily expansive and body shifting DJ sets.

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Perlon, Cocoon Recordings, Cadenza Records, Alphahouse, Playhouse