Rhythm knows no borders to Argentine Ernesto Ferreyra, whose exotic musical journey got a head start as a 13-year-old radio DJ in his hometown of Córdoba. He’s since consistently sought out sonic enlightenment, initially moving to Mexico City, where he was schooled in production before relocating to Montréal, drawn by the city’s vibrant electronic scene and MUTEK’s talented local stable – namely Guillaume Coutu Dumont, with whom he has recorded and performed jazz infused micro-house under the Chic Miniature moniker. His intricate approach to recording and DJing, at the confluence of Latin grooves and taut Northern minimalism, attracted the interest of Cadenza boss and tech-house mentor Luciano, who invited him to release material on his heavyweight label – including his percussively funky debut, El Paraíso De Las Tortugas (2010). Since setting up shop in the epicentre of electronic potency that is Berlin, Ferreyra has also ferociously globetrotted his way through the planet’s most iconic venues, frenetic basslines in tow. After last gracing the MUTEK stage in 2009 for Cynosure’s 10th anniversary showcase, Ferreyra returns to EM15 with a crate full of new, luminous techno thrills that may find their way onto his forthcoming sophomore album for Cadenza.