The Calypso Records head honcho and producer, Iñigo Vontier, responsible for releases on Correspondant, Turbo Recordings and Lumiere Noire, serves up a dynamic selection, ranging from garden ambient, heavy hitting electro and tropical disco, as we welcome him into our mix series.

Iñigo Vontier is one of those artists that seriously gets us excited. The DJ, producer and label owner from Guadalajara, México portrays a heady brew of pulsating energy and cosmic sounds with a taste for the freakier end of the party spectrum. Starting his musical venture in the early 2000s, he has since released music on a wide selection of high-end international record labels such as Turbo Recordings, Correspondant, Lumiere Noire and My Favorite Robot to name a few.

2017 saw Iñigo Vontier venturing down a new exciting path, alongside his good buddy Thomass Jackson, with the launch of their Calypso Records. The newly founded record label sets out to promote Latin American artists in the form of 12″. Three releases in, the label’s catalog features music by Dreems, Boot & Tax and the two head honchos, and has been warmly welcomed by a wide array of musical tastemakers.

With the release of his “Wirikuta” EP, Iñigo stepped into the frontlines of his Calypso endeavor with a diverse arrangement of heavy broken beat excursions, shamanic grooves and infectious synth  assemblies, further redefining the new Mexican electronic sound. Next to that, he has a track coming up on Multi Culti’s recently established Cult Edits imprint, which is reserved for the most secret, secret weapons out there. You already know that one is going to move some dance floors.

Strep in tight as the Mexican Iñigo Vontier serves up a dynamic selection, ranging from garden ambient, heavy hitting electro, tropical disco, deep delving cuts, a good quantity of Calypso and even throws in the recently released track “Bestaan” by Amsterdam-based Job Sfire for good measures!

Grab your copy of Iñigo Vontier’s “Wirikuta” EP HERE.