The output of self-described nonmusician Leandro Fresco varies from ambient to industrial pop. A indigenous of Buenos Aires, he started producing music in his teenager years and released his 1st album, a couple of experimental digital tracks entitled Cápsula, in 1996. Years later on, he and Gustavo Cerati forged a long-term innovative collaboration. Fresco performed as an associate of Cerati’s support band, aided him with documenting classes — a industrial peak accomplished with efforts to Shakira’s Dental Fixation, Vol. 2 — and became a member of Cerati’s Soda Stereo system for touring reasons. Even while, Fresco documented as a single designer and released albums like the uniformly low-key but stylistically varied Luz Sin Calor (2005), the modern pop/rock-oriented Leandro Fresco (2014), as well as the all-ambient Un Reino Invisible (2015). The most recent of this series premiered by Cologne, Germany’s Kompakt label, which experienced previously showcased his ambient part on 12″ and on three of the annual Pop Ambient compilations. In 2017, A Strangely Isolated Place released La Equidistancia, Fresco’s cooperation with Rafael Anton Irisarri.