Santiago’s family had to move several times, by the age of 17 he landed in Guatemala where he began a deeper journey into the electronic scene, before electronic music Santiago listened to and assisted to events of metal and alternative where he found a very different side of music, a liberal side of ideas and thoughts, this is when he began to investigate more about music and met the electronic music scene, with Bigbeat and Industrial genres, at the time the likes of 'Prodigy' and 'Chemical Brothers' , he discovered his passion for music and decided that listening to music wasn’t enough and decided to start making music of his own.
Despite the influence of music since very little Santiago didn't play guitar, piano, or any instrument, nevertheless he took advantage of the PC which became his ally to capture all the ideas that he subconsciously collected during his childhood, and that’s how his first release appeared, a remix for the song called 'Be Here Tonight' by his friend Francis Dávila (GUA) was released on Seductive Records (USA) on vinyl and digital format which got him on the spotlight, after his first release Santiago’s fresh style got his productions to get played by important Dj’s at that time as well as getting his tracks signed by major labels, such as Armada, Vandit, Baroque, Lost Language, Spinnin and many others.
Dance music and the club's scene gave him his role as a Dj, by 2005 he was a well known Dj and Producer of the moment, it was at this time when he decided to create his first record label which he co-founded with Istmo Music (ESA) and called it “Dub Tech Recordings” where he released his first album: “Danceversify”, during this time he also collaborated with artists such as Thomas Penton, Guiseppe Ottaviani, Max Graham, Ozgur Can, Shawn Mitiska, Duderstadt, Jaren, Chris Micali, and others. In 2006, for Santiago's surprise, the German Dj Paul Van Dyk chose him to be the opening DJ of his Latin American tour, this got him to get signed with PamDjs Agency (USA) and in 2007 he was booked to play in Berlin and Ibiza; unfortunately Santiago was medically ill at the time and had to cancel, by the end 2007 Santiago left behind Dub Tech Recordings, PamDjs, and his role as a Dj, to dedicate his time to experiment and produce with multiple genres that had been a part of his life but hadn’t had a chance to explore due to being caught up between producing and Djiing.
After 3 years in the studio, he released a couple of EPs, played locally (GT) and in a few countries in Central and South America, his second album “From Scratch” released in Lost Language received several positive reviews and was praised by the way that he captured a diversity of genres and concepts, blending them in a very unique personal style. In 2011 Santiago started other projects like 'Indigo Children' with his friend and fellow producer Alex Hentze and Antonio Silva, guitarist and muscian; also he started to use his alter egos “Hermetics”, which he uses to experiment with drone, ambient, and glitch, ”Cosmic Clearance” dedicated to his passion for extraterrestrial mysteries and the truth of existence, “Lotum” a collaboration with Alex Hentze, and “Intrastella” with Alex as well and Isabel Canjura in vocals and some instruments. All of this different projects and ideas inspired Santiago to create Plasma Torus Records (AR/UK), his label, that helps him to spread his musical vision and experimental concept. Santiago currently lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina and is planning in 2012 to release his third studio album “Mind Creates Meaning” and his first album as Hermetics in his label Plasma Torus Records.
Aliases: Intrastella, Indigo Children, Lotum, Hermetics, Cosmic Clearance.