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Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires F.D., Argentina

Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires F.D., Argentina
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"Radio Nacioal"
- Global art

"the father" -

"ghettobassquake" - ghettobassquake


Tremor: Landing 2004 (independiente)
Tremor: Viajante 2008 Los años Luz

*Transelectronics 2008 (B2 Magazine) Germany
Song : "Malambo"
*Futurismo Latino 2008 (Sello Autor) Spain
Song : El Remolon - Cumbia Bichera (Tremor mix)



Leonardo Martinelli is a multi-faceted musician and songwriter with over ten years’ experience and several projects going on at the same time. A restless spirit, he not only devotes his time to composing modern music but also goes by the name of Tremor to merge different types of Argentine folk music by using various digital techniques, electronic music, and everyday objects. The result yielded by such combination of sounds and traditions is a rather unique mix.

His first record, Landing (released independently in 2004) got very good reviews from different publications and was chosen as one of 2004’s most outstanding records by Los Inrockuptibles magazine.

In August 2006, Leonardo Martinelli won the F Arts Award, granted by the Artistic Experimentation Lab and Faena Group. The jury in charge of granting the ceremony’s music-related awards –which featured Gustavo Cerati and Martín Bauer– decided to give first prize to Martinelli’s Defecto primario, Suite para esencias instrumentales, (a set of contemporary music pieces that share technical and artistic characteristics), which was released in 2007.
In early 2008, Tremor launched his second record, named Viajante. In March, Club del Disco chose this new album as the Record of the Month.
Released by record company Los años luz, Viajante features 12 new instrumental songs. Its combination of folk music elements and electronic sounds is materialized in a more sanguine fashion, as it involves experimentation with several acoustic instruments such as the charango, ronroco, accordion, bombo legüero, the violin, etc. Viajante involves various rhythms and goes through different moods, ranging from melodic moments of subtle melancholy, to furious, intense sounds that at certain points make people want to get up and dance. Electro-tribal malambo, glitch chacarera, gipsy sayas, and even IDM huaynos are some of the elements involved in the landscapes created by Tremor’s new music.
In recent years, Tremor has given live trio performances together with Gerardo Farez (keyboards and melodics) and Camilo Carabajal (bombo legüero) at very important festivals taking place in the city of Buenos Aires, the interior of Argentina, and Mexico City.