Tamboa Records’ label boss, MORENNO MARTINEZ, is the Brazilian artist invited for the VALETRONIC PODCAST 029, with an exclusive mix of infectious sounds.

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Morenno Martinez is the true Latin Tech House incarnation: full of groove, color and energy. His sound vibrates like the brazilian rhythms, intense as São Paulo, his home town, mixed with a laidback feeling from the artist.

His musical inspiration comes not only from electronic music, but from other genres such as Samba, Baião and African percussions, all translated in his productions. All this research gives him an unique identity as an artist with a lot of style, combined with vocals appearing in many of his tracks.

Tamboa Records' label boss, tamboa records label boss MORENNO MARTINEZ, is the Brazilian artist invited on valetronic podcast 029 , with an exclusive mix of infectious sounds

On the dancefloor one certain reaction are guaranteed: smiles, a true antidote for the day to day problems. That is how he builds up his momentum: a lot of swing, spreading out happiness and attracting fans wherever he goes.

Now, for the VALETRONIC PODCAST 029, Brazilian artist MORENNO MARTINEZ, premieres an energetic mix packed with Tech House and Minimal party bombs.

Unstoppable rhythms, sublime technique, amusing and festive selection full of energy, is the ingredient list of Morenno Martinez‘s exclusive mix. 62 minutes of grooves and catchy vocal samples in a set that incarnates Latin and urban soundscapes.

Next, we invite you to enjoy this colorful session filled with superb vibes by Morenno Martinez, in this new episode of Valetronic Podcast.

Lastly, at Valetronic we invite you to follow and share the Tamboa Records label boss’ social media for upcoming releases and mixes. We also invite you to enjoy the last episode of Valetronic Podcast; with a mix that explores refined rhythms of house music of the Venezuelan artist Shine Florez.


The first 28 episodes of Valetronic Podcast are currently available in our Podcast category and mixcloud page.

Audio and photo credits: TamboaRecords