Lucho “Pelucho” Enríquez (Ecuador 1978). A full time geek. Composer, Programmer, Guitar Player, Copyright lawyer. Studied orchestral composition with José Angel Pérez (Quito Ecuador), Algorithm Composition with Clarence Barlow (Royal Conservatoire of The Hague Netherlands), Sonology (Institute of sonology – Netherlands), Information Technology, Copyrights and Copylefts(Leibniz Universitat Hannover Germany), Programming, Ethical Hacking and Digital Forensics (ECCouncil – Etek Argentina).
Experimental Musician by nature has published 6 solo albums, and has participated in more than 20 splits. His music has been played in more than 20 countries in America(north, central, and south) and Europe. Some of his most remarkable activities have been: Guitar player of the Ecuadorian legendary band “Sal y Mileto”, and The creator of the microtonal guitar (18 notes per octave) “La Tetarra”.
Has performed in festivals like En tiempo real (Colombia), Primavera en la Habana (Cuba), Bafim (Argentina), Denver Noise Fest and UCSB spring festival (EEUU), Festival de musica contemporánea,Festivalfff(Ecuador),In a shape of an egg (Netherlands), Senglar Rock (España), Surplus ensemble(Germany), Space and Paredes de Cuora (Portugal), FIMU (France), and so forth.
His favorite languages and tools are C++, Metasploit, Super Collider, Lilypond, old radios and toys.
Currently lives between France and Belgium. In the mean time is playing Noise shows, and a psicodelic Cumbia Ensemble.