Dj Eze (Ezequiel Sanucci)

Styles: Neotango, Traditional Tango, Ecstatic Dance, Love Temple, Jam, Wedding and Party DJ


In 2013 DJ Ezequiel Sanucci started working as a traditional tango DJ and shortly after he added the neotango to his repertoire. Since then he has played at most of the prestigious international neo and tango festivals and events in Europe and Argentina as ElectroTango Festival Buenos Aires, TNT Toulouse, Tango Marathon Nantes, Phantastango, World Tango Congress, TangoRave, Tango Vibes Berlin, Tango des Lumieres Lyon, Contango Festival Freiburg and many more. He is a founding member and DJ of La Neo, which is the first 100% neolonga in the Netherlands, as well as co-organizer, teacher and DJ of the Amsterdam Neotango Marathon and The Neotango Weekend.

DJ Eze loves variety, surprising and to create different kind of atmospheres during his sets. He is always very sensitive for what is happening on the dance floor and is happy when people are having a good time.

DJ Eze likes to play all styles of tango music from beautiful traditional to very exciting neo and non-tangos. He can play 100% neo and non-tangos, 100% traditional (golden age) tangos, or a combination of both. As well he can also play for (after) party, weddings (with genres as salsa, cumbia, merengue, bachata, pop, house, electronic, ect) and for ecstatic dance, love temples and for contact tango, contact and free dancing jams. So, he is a very versatile and open minded DJ and he can easily adapt at different public and styles demands.

When he dj at Neotango events he doesn’t play any tandas and cortinas and he also likes sometimes to mix tracks in order to create a full dance experience that gives continuity to the dj set.

As a traditional tango DJ he always uses tandas (set of 4 tangos) with clear cortinas (separation between sets).  His cortinas are usually fun and happy, so they can release the seriousness and give a more party atmosphere to a traditional milonga.

For Ecstatic Dance he plays different genres mixing the songs, using effects and creating 2 or 3 waves from very low to very high energy and lowering the energy again. He also leads the opening and closing ceremony.

Listen to his music in Mixcloud

Photo credit: © Ule Kamal Mägdefrau