Uriel Villalobos is a soundtrack composer and sound designer since 2009, with more than 30 film productions containing his work. His compositions appear in fiction feature films, documentaries, animations, and short films with which he has obtained multiple international awards, including the horror film 1974: The Possession of Altair, valued for its sound design. He recently participated in the sound design of Bardo the celebrated film by director Alejandro González Iñárritu.
It is this experience in sound design that shapes CHICXULUB EP, four musical pieces that explore contemporary music accompanied by digital synthesis. The four dynamic and majestic tracks are an invisible soundtrack to earlier moments and spaces in Mexico’s ancestral history.
Originally from Lagos de Moreno, Jal., Uriel Villalobos has been a very active musician in Guadalajara, belonging to the Nopal Beat collective with his project God is My Name and also as a member of Perdutto and Ellenor (with Abigail Vazquez) at the beginning of the 2000s.
Chicxulub EP is also available in Dolby Atmos / Spatial Audio formats in Apple Music, Amazon, Tidal and Qobuz.