Known above all for his long musical career; Kortatu in the 80s, Negu Gorriak in the 90s and his subsequent solo career, he has also done extensive work in the audiovisual field in the last eight years. In addition to the feature films “Bass-que Culture”, “Checkpoint Rock. Songs from Palestine ”,“ Zuloak ”and“ No More Tour ”, he has also directed the series of eleven documentaries on Arab music“ Next Music Station ”for the Al Jazeera network. He is currently also the programmer of the musical documentary sections of the DOCSDF festivals in Mexico and Cine Migrante in Argentina.
Harkaitz Cano is one of the greatest exponents of current Basque literature. His work spans almost all genres: short story, novel, poetry, essay. His most recent publications are the novel Twist (2013), the collection of stories Circo de Invierno (2013) and the book of poems Comprar Oro (2011). He regularly collaborates with musicians and artists from different disciplines. As a comic book writer, he has published two albums together with the cartoonist Iñaki G. Holgado. His work has been translated into English, Dutch, Italian and Russian, among other languages.
Jorge Alderete is a designer and illustrator born in Argentine Patagonia, who currently resides in Mexico. His works have been published in various design and illustration anthologies around the world. Always linked to the rock scene, he has made more than 100 arts for albums by bands from different latitudes such as Lost Acapulco, Sonido Gallo Negro and Twin Tones (Mexico), Los Fabulosos Cadillacs and Andrés Calamaro (Argentina), Los Straitjackets (USA) , among many others. He is the co-founder and owner of the record label Isotonic Records, founding partner of Vertigo Galeria and author of the books Yo soy un Don Nadie (2008), Sonorama (2012), and Otro Yo (2012).