The Chilean musician resident in Germany Tomy Suil has adopted the traditional South American instrument Charango, as the cornerstone of his concerts. The original Andean sound, in combination with electronic effect
units, creates an experimental sound mix that includes both relaxed and repetitive elements, also rhythmic and danceable, all accompanied by a strong and particular voice. The loops with samplers of sometimes philosophical voices, plus the great scenic presence, make possible the creation of moments that always
end up surprising the listener for their particular and authentic way of doing music.