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Incidencias Sonoras IN/OUT Festival 04.09

17h30 CO
18h30 CL – BO
19h30 AR-BR-UY
00h30 CH



17h30 CO
18h30 CL – BO
19h30 AR-BR-UY
00h30 CH

«Soundtrack del aislamiento» is an exercise of associating different moments of a day in confinement; taking them to the stage by invited artists-actors as «home» micro-video documentaries and the subsequent musicalization of these, by different artists belonging to the Discos Pato Carlos record catalog, with original music created especially for this project. From the resulting sound material, a record publication will be made through the label. «Soundtrack del aislamiento» is an audiovisual experiment that invites, without major ambitions, the simple radiography of the intimate.


(Music to wake up)

Original idea / Acting: Trinidad Lagos.

Direction of photography / Camera: Leonardo Vidal V.

Editing / Setup: Luciano Vidal G.

Original music: Guarjol



(Music to clean up a space)

Idea original / Acting / Edition: María Siebald

Camara: Paula ESP

Original music: Andrea Paz

Mixed by: Andrea Paz y Nawito Morales


«Calle interior»

(Music to walk your dog)

Protagonist dog: Pituca

Video: Lorelei and Alejandro Paz

Original music: Lorelei and Alejandro Paz


«Lo Valledor»

(Preparing for isolation; music & food)

Original idea / Acting: Phenomena

Video editing: Julio Pablo

Original music: Diegors



(Music to make love)

Performers: Valentine, Victoria Miranda,The Chica

Camera / Direction: Ufo

Editing: Dania

Original music: The Chica



(Music to sleep) 

Video / Animation: Naijem

Original music: Matias Rivera

Mixed by: Matías Rivera y Juan Pablo Valenzuela.


Artists bios and links

Alejandro Paz (Chile) is a musician and producer. He has created tracks that nowadays are a reference for the Latin American dance music scene in the world. His DJ sets go through different musical styles and geographical territories, always putting on the front the local creation, which is the main source of music for him and his label, Discos Pato Carlos, where alongside his mates Andrea Paz, Diegors and Matías Rivera, they have been releasing music since 2015.

Andrea Paz (Chile) has been producing parties and concerts in Santiago de Chile since 2005. Known for developing her sets as a free and hypnotic journey, where prejudices are banished, moving from genres such as house, techno, disco, tinged at times with sonorities such as post-punk, experimental electronics and new wave, just to name a few. Andrea is a regular face at clubs and parties in Santiago and important cities from Chile and Latin America, and she is the creator and resident DJ of renowned underground parties like «Club Sauna», «Low Fi», and Latin electronic encounter «Recreo Festival». As a DJ, she has taken part of renowned events like: «DGTL» Sao Paulo, «Nano Mutek» Argentina, «Boiler Room» Chile, «DEKMANTEL» Chile, «Coro-Fundo Festival» Rio de Janeiro, «carroza LOCA» Buenos Aires Pride March, and recently in the Queer Festival «HONCHO» Pittsburgh, USA.

Diego Morales, aka Diegors (Chile), has developed a versatile producer/musician/DJ career in the underground music scene in Santiago de Chile, since the beginning of the past decade. He has a varied discography, ranging from ambient and experimental music, to dance music. In his DJ sets, the feeling of house music predominates, but integrating a wide variety of rhythms ranging from sounds of Chilean underground, dark and sensual jewels of techno, grooves from South Africa or Colombia, and his own edits, which makes his sound so unique. Diegors has been a resident DJ in parties like «Club Sauna» and «Recreo», in bars and clubs like «Mamba» and «NoaNoa» in Santiago. He also has taken part in numerous events like «Primavera Fauna», «Mutek Festival», «Sónar» Buenos Aires, «Boiler Room», «Dekmantel Festival Santiago», to name a few.

Guarjol aka Felipe Sancho (Chile), is an electronic musician and producer. He has so far two releases on his own with Discos Pato Carlos: «Cianóptero EP» (2015) and «Esternón EP» (2020). He started producing music during high school with cassette tapes and software. After studying an arts degree at Universidad de Chile, he has been part of several bands in Santiago’s music scene, such as «Fredi Michel» (2002) or «Genéricos» (2006), both of these bands with fellow DPC members Diego Morales and Alejandro Paz respectively. He plays different instruments such as drums, keyboards, and programming. His music is often described as trippy, dark, atmospheric, and usually has melancholic melodies and latin percussion.

Lorelei Lorena Álvarez (Chile) is a musician, producer, and DJ. She studied classical piano and later jazz harmony and improvisation. In 2015, tired of the Santiago jazz scene, she shifted her course and started playing in the electric band «Los Bárbara Blade», as well as her own productions. In her constant musical exploration, she has started mixing and selecting music, exposing her musical influences, which she defines as eclectic.

María Siebald (Chile) is an actress and director of «Nerven & Zellen». She has been investigating sign language since 2009, using it as a choreographic and scenic language in various music videos, dance pieces, poetry, installation, and theater plays. Her projects include «NZcanal« and «NZcanal infantil», «Transmisor», «Trasunto # 1», and «Trasunto # 2». She participated in residences and festivals such as Nave – Chile, Danzfabrik – Brest, Salmon Festival – Barcelona, Santiago a Mil – Chile, Bienal de Artes Mediales – Chile, Naves Matadero – Madrid.

Matías Rivera (Chile) is DJ and selector bound to the country’s house and electronic music scenes. To quote the music journalist Juan San Cristóbal: «His sets seek to weave together a message where dance becomes the common pattern around which his selections feedback upon each other, both musically and spatially on the dance floor. His work at the decks reminds us of the era of pioneering ‘curated’ music parties, with David Mancuso’s sets as an important reference. We can appreciate this in his podcasts for projects, such as «Mentiras del Ritmo» and «Botanik Dreams»; or his selections published in Tectónica Magazine, essentially, his eclectic musical sensibilities. As a cultural manager in Santiago, he has been one of the main drivers behind the development of entities such as the Diamante (DMNT) music label, the Sonora Elástica radio broadcasting platform, and the self-managed festival/rave Bosque Libre.

Naijem (Chile) is a graphic artist. Early in her career, she worked as a stage artist for the theater, where she gained a deep understanding of what a stage means, from the composition to the lighting of the built spaces. This is reflected in her illustrations: stages, where many situations are taking place at the same time. In 2009, in her exhibition PANORAMA, she begins an exploratory journey through different manifestations of chaos in human society that, in turn, builds a particular aesthetic translation. Later on, her work is linked to music, in the art of albums and music festivals, such as RECREO, BESTIARIO, SEXPO, among others, where color and rhythm are an important and constant part of her art.

Geraldine Rojas a.k.a Phenomena (Chile) is an actress, dancer, performer, and hairdresser.

The Chica(Argentina) is an exaggeration of reality, a fictional character, and a phone that is permanently ringing. Chaotic and sensual feelings theatricality mixed with other times, such as the 80s, 90s, and 2000s, mutated with today. A spirit of acid, synth-pop, a pinch of performatic dark and pop, with shoulder pads that combine latin techno, is what she delivers in her live-set sessions.

Trinidad Lagos (Chile) is an actress with studies in classical music.

Victoria (Chile) is essentially a performing artist. Trained as a dancer, she takes performance art as a space to shed the feeling, as a letter of dialogue with the contexts that surround her. Being able to have a 360-degree look, is that her characters can have a perspective of the elements in front of and behind the camera. The rhythm, pulse, and cadence of the stories that take place are an organic becoming of her body in motion.