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Erick Del Aguila (músico, productor y compositor de cine), crea “Selvagia” para contribuir y difundir el legado de los ritmos y sonidos peruanos. EDA vivió en Los Angeles por 6 años donde conoció a percusionista Alex Acuña trabajando en una película para Warner Bros. EDA se juntó después con Acuña en Los Angeles para grabar diferentes tipos de percusiones, y con músicos locales en Perú para así producir “Autohipnosis” EP.                       

Erick Del Aguila (musician, record producer and film composer), creates “Selvagia” to contribute and spread the legacy of Peruvian rhythms and sounds. EDA lived in Los Angeles for 6 years where he met percussionist Alex Acuña working on a film for Warner Bros. A few months later, EDA recorded Acuña in different types of percussion, and with local musicians in Peru in order to produce "Autohipnosis" EP.

Berklee College of Music and USC graduate, EDA lived 6 years in Los Angeles, CA, where he contributed in music productions for Netflix, ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, Bravo, Showtime, and Lifetime networks including TV shows like Empire, Dexter, Girlfriends Guide to Divorce, S.W.A.T., The Get Down, Blood Drive, UnReal, Luke Cage, Dr. Dre’s upcoming show Vital Signs, amongst others, and has worked on music soundtracks that played at Sundance, Tribeca, AFI Fest, LA Film Festival, Palm Springs Shortfest, Outfest, and many others.
He’s the co-director of “La Rara” (, a music platform that connects musical communities in Peru, creating cultural diversity in much needed spaces around the city.