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He’s one of the most prominent names on the Chilean electronic music scene but, for the release of his debut EP, 199x, Daniel Klauser chose to be called "1991." The young DJ and producer, also the founder of Diamante Records, released this work earlier this month and the EP’s 8 tracks are perfectly located in that dreamy place between electronic music and hip hop. 199x is freely downloadable through Dilema Industria, the label that produced it.

Dilema Industria explains that Klauser uses 1991 as an alter ego that allows him to return to the roots of sampling and electronic music. The making of 199x is said to have been strongly influenced by the Santiago-based DJ’s recent travels around countries such as Switzerland, Germany and Colombia.

Klauser’s other works are more heavily influenced by techno and house. You can listen to them on his Soundcloud.

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This is the Argentine author's fourth world cup abroad, but his first as the father of two young boys.

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I love soccer. But that’s not the only reason why the World Cup fascinates me. There are so many stories that can be told through this spectacular, emotional, exaggerated sport event, which — like life and parenthood — is intense and full of contradictions.

This is the fourth World Cup that I’m watching away from my home country, Argentina. Every experience has been different but, at times, Qatar 2022 feels a lot like Japan-South Korea 2002, the first one I experienced from abroad, when I was 20 years old and living in Spain.

Now, two decades later, living in Greece as the father of two children, some of those memories are reemerging vividly.

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