Diego Torres-Cantú was born in Mexico City. He is a drummer, percussionist, composer, and visual artist
At age 17, Diego won the "Berklee Performance Program" scholarship to study at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. He majored in Contemporary Writing and Production with a minor in Latin American Music Studies, graduating Cum Laude in 2015.
He graduated with honours from Goldsmiths where he studied a masters in Popular Music focusing on production.
As a visual artist, Diego has had group exhibitions and haas been published in various magazines.
Diego has toured in Mexico, USA, Canada, England, Spain and Taiwan, and has performed in stages like The Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York, opening for Marc Anthony; the Eternal Golden Castle in Tainan, Taiwan and the Festilatino 2014 in East Boston, playing with "El Feeling" and "Grupo Niche" before more than ten thousand people. He has also recorded drums and percussion in 11 albums of different musical genres, in studios like "Abbey Road" "Avatar studios", "17 Hertz Studio", "The Record Company" and "Park Studios". In Mexico he has played more than 60 shows, including at the Vive Latino 2017 and 2020, the largest Latin American music festival in the world.
He is currently working as session musician, visual artist and composer in different music studios in London, UK and as part of the production and technical crew at The Royal Albert Hall.