Martín Irigoyen

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Martín Irigoyen
Martin Irigoyen Berkeley.jpg
With Sodium Channel in Berkeley, CA.
Background information
Birth name Martín Daniel Irigoyen
Born (1977-01-14) January 14, 1977 (age 37)
Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Genres Steampunk, Darkwave, Neo-Classical, Post-Punk, Alternative rock, Experimental music
Occupations Composer, Multi-instrumentalist, Songwriter, Sound Designer, Record producer
Instruments Guitar, Prepared guitar, Oud, Setar, Bağlama Saz, Bouzouki, Barbat, Tanbur, Charango, Sitar, Bass, Theremin, Drums, Piano, Percussion, Electronics, Various world instruments
Years active 1991 - Present
Labels Gilded Age Records
Associated acts Vernian Process

Martín Daniel Irigoyen (born January 14, 1977) is an Argentine musician best known as a composer and guitarist of Vernian Process. He has participated in many solo and group projects outside of Vernian Process, as well as being an active producer.

Career[edit]

Irigoyen was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he participated in numerous musical projects in various styles. In 2008 he joined Steampunk pioneers Vernian Process as a full time member. Vernian Process has shared the stage with artists such as Thomas Dolby, Attrition, Skinny Puppy, Voltaire (musician), Jill Tracy, Abney Park and others.

Irigoyen uses various effects and utensils to create original guitar soundscapes. He also uses alternate tunings and plays several different styles. Being a prepared guitar player he uses for his performances items like screwdrivers, tweezers, hangers, drumsticks and more.

References[edit]

  1. [reverse obvious] review by Chelsea Cochran. [1]
  2. Independent Musician Magazine review by Daniela Cleveland. [2]
  3. Band of the week - The Skyline View. [3]
  4. The Owl Magazine album review. [4]
  5. Garageband.com reviews. [5]

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