The Argentinean producer Eze Ramirez is influenced by the sounds of bands like Depeche Mode, Radiohead and Soda Stereo. And his productions have the supportof important artists as Tale Of Us, Adriatique, Innellea, Camelphat, Massano, Jonas Saalbach, Richie Hawtin, Sasha, Hernan Cattaneo among others.

His releases were played at festivals such as Tomorrowland, ultra Music festival, Creamfields and Awakenings.
Currently he is living his Buenos Aires  and spends his time in his studio in the federal capital to work on new releases and collaborations that will see the light throughout the year. His latest remix for the european artist Baime being release on Moodyverse is very impressive and is currently making waves. We spoke to the dynamic artist.

Welcome, Eze Ramirez, it’s truly a pleasure to have you here with us today. Let’s dive straight into it. Your journey into electronic music has been nothing short of captivating. What initially drew you to the world of electronic sound, and how has your Argentinean heritage influenced your artistic expression?

Hi how are you? thanks for inviting me, I started listening to electronic music around 97-98, although I listened to a lot of different music, this last one called my attention a lot, when I started to discover more and more of this world, I immediately realized that I had a very strong connection with this, and I started to produce my own tracks. The Argentinean sound is 100% my foundation for everything that came after.

How do you approach the creative process when crafting your signature sound, and what inspires you to continually evolve as an artist?

Whenever I sit down to produce, I have the idea in my head, I sit down and try to make it happen, I try to manage the inspiration, I go by objective, for example I want to make a bass, and I don’t get up until I achieve it, once I achieve it, I finish the work at least that day, if I still want to continue, I do it, if not the next day I go for another objective.

Evolution is something necessary in me, I’m always trying to reinvent myself, I don’t like to stay stuck in just one way of producing, or doing things, I’m in continuous learning.

Your sound is often described as a fusion of melodic techno and progressive house, characterized by its hypnotic rhythms and ethereal atmospheres. Can you tell us about the creative process behind blending these genres?

Progressive house was the first genre I started to produce, over time I changed, because the growth and evolution is shaping the artist, but it is undoubtedly my root, also from the beginning I liked techno, today it is a fusion, which is the result of so many years of production added to the evolution itself.

What inspired your latest remix for Baime’s Faster on Moodyverse and how does it reflect your artistic evolution?

Denes contacted me, showing me the idea of the remix, when I listened to the original, the voice enchanted me, I automatically thought of a remix for the track, I wanted it to have a well defined lead sound, a well defined bass and kick, and to be dynamic, it was a good result, my evolution is reflected in doing what I have in my head and being able to materialize it in the track.

Collaborations can be transformative for artists. Are there any artists you dream of collaborating with in the future, and why?

There are very good artists that I admire, I’m already working with some of them, but I can’t say anything, the tracks will come out in the course of time.

As someone deeply connected to the underground scene, what are your thoughts on its evolution and its place in the broader electronic music landscape?

I am currently in a personal and professional growth in the scene, whether underground or more mainstream, the style in which I am producing nowadays or rather in which it is in a step above the underground at the moment, it has become quite massive, as for me as a producer, I feel that I still have a long way to go to express my full potential and vision about my music, to be honest, I only think about working beyond that if what I do is underground or mainstream.

What’s on your roadmap for 2024 – any upcoming projects you would like to talk about?

This year the calendar is very full 🙂 there are several releases coming up that I’m very excited about, a tour of Europe is coming and I will continue playing in different countries in America, and of course touring my beautiful country Argentina, which I really love.

Eze Ramirez

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