Nicolas Torres was born in Chile in 1974. He studied classical percussion at Pontificia Univerdad Catolica de Chile. He was part of many bands including, " EntreKlles", with a contract with BMG and broadcasted by MTV Chile, " Proyecto Aceituna”, “Banda Ancha" and "Pettinellis", distributed by Warner Music and with whom won the Platinum Disc. He also collaborated with "12 monos", a band of renowned Chilean musicians and “Silvestre”, world famous composer and musician. He was also musician, actor and founder for the following artistic collective: "La Pato Gallina" and "Morisbalama". His theatrical credits include numerous works, such as "Los Justos" directed by Felipe Hurtado and “El pelicano" by Felipe Ríos. He also created music for television: he wrote the main theme of some tv series and composed music for Tv commercials. Finally, he composed also for Film. Among his credits, “Sal” by Diego Rougier , "Sexo con Amor" by Boris Quercia and "Estadio Nacional" by Carmen Luz Parot.