Patagonia-born Ale Torriggino grew up between two worlds: one his family’s deep ties to the ‘Trova Rosarina’ music; the other the years he spent soaking up Americana music in the small town of Fiske Menuco.
His raw guitar skills, subtle arrangements, and nature-inspired songwriting have garnered him positive reviews from music blogs such as The Rock&Roll Report, SweptMedia, All About Jazz, among others.
Ale started his career early, crafting his skills in both drums and guitar when he was in high school. He began writing short stories and poems at this age, which later turned into his first songs. The Patagonia landscape became the backbone of his songwriting style. Since then, he’s gone on to release two albums, Sureste (2016) and Blue Light (2017).
His music weaves between hard-hitting songs that touch on global concerns like the war in Middle East ( Waiting for the War to Come, The Healer) and more personal narratives speaking to life and love from a distant place (Siempre Serás la Misma, Grey Sky Blues). “Sureste” gained high praises from music webzines worldwide and sent Ale on a touring journey from Argentina to the US.