|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Triste E.P.||4||Audio||2005-08-00||Panama Red Records|
|2||Malanga||3||Audio||2005-00-00||Panama Red Records|
|3||Malanga||3||Audio||2005-00-00||Panama Red Records|
|4||The Dulce E.P.||3||Audio||2006||Cobalt Recordings|
|5||Amazing||5||Audio||2013-04-03||Panama Red Records|
|6||Malanga||3||Audio||2005-00-00||Panama Red Records|
Antonio Caballero has found himself thrust into a creative life of music making. It was a copy of Santana's Abraxas that lit the spark, inspiring Antonio to pursue a musical calling. As that album's diverse mix of cultural influences spoke to Antonio's Latin American heritage, now deeply embedded in the USA, a combination of genres and styles would later define his own amalgamation of sound. An introduction to the vibrant rave scene in Chicago and several inspirational sets by various house music legends coincided with a roommate's purchase of a Roland synthesizer, and Antonio realized that electronic dance music was the path to follow to reach his musical mission. A style he cheekily refers to as “Posh Latin Moods" and “Congruent Techno” was developed, triggering dance floor reactions through intricate percussion, building melodies, and a decidedly dark ambiance.