Tremor combines rhythms and sound across genre borders, fitting component parts of varying tradition together in eloquent symmetry. The artist breaks sound barriers across South America and presents his digital folklore tracks to a new, global audience.

Tremor researches folklore traditions by region and bridges generations, geography and genre to produce his signature style. His sound is equal parts electronic music and native drum and owes as much to anthropology as it does to popular music.

Viajante involves various rhythms and goes through different moods, ranging from melodic moments of subtle melancholy, to furious, intense sounds that make you get on your feet and dance. Electro-tribal malambo, glitch chacarera, gipsy sayas, and IDM huaynos are some of the elements involved in the landscapes created by Tremor’s new music.