Seven years ago, two friends who had already been working on their own for nearly 10 years, decided to join forces and became Soundexile. Ever since then, they’ve played in some of the best festivals and clubs around Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Chile. Oliverio on his own took his music around Europe, while Baunder did his thing around Asia. Their passion is music, and they have very diverse influences, but they share their love for Chicago House and Detroit Techno. They feel the only way to produce long lasting music, is by being themselves and not tying down to genres or fashion. Their musical partnership with Hernan Cattaneo, leads them to a higher attention to detail, provides them with an objective glimpse and constant forward thinking, with complete creative freedom. As a consequence they get support from many of the producers and djs they admire and are influenced by: Laurent Garnier, Danny Tenaglia, Hernan Cattaneo, Ben Watt, Satoshi Tomiie, John Digweed & Sasha among others. As djs, they apply the same principle: if the music has groove and can create a reaction from the crowd, then they’re not interested in its genre. They will continue to push this concept forward:  authenticity can’t be bought or copied. It must be practiced. Their monthly TEFH parties in Buenos Aires, are a true testament of their broad musical range, which gives them an indentity of their own. They also host a monthly radio show on Frisky Radio, showcasing their musical taste, and giving new and historic producers, a place in their sets. Don’t stop the dance….