Humphrey Inzillo was born in Buenos Aires in 1979, he graduated in Journalism and Communication and was founding member of the REDPEM (Red de Periodistas Musicales de Iberoamérica). He is chief editor of the magazine Brando and writes for La Nacion. Since 2002, he is part of the editorial team of the Argentinian version of Rolling Stone. His articles have been published in La Maga, La Garcia, Hecho en Bs. As., Playboy, El Malpensante (Colombia), Mundo Diners (Ecuador), among other publications. On the radio, he participated in the Gillespi Hotel program. He produced ¡Uruguayas campeonas! (Lulú Discos), an anthology of singers from la Banda Oriental, and El Justiciero Cha Cha Cha, a tribute to Os Mutantes. He organized conferences and seminars in Argentina and abroad. He wrote, with the collaboration of Gabriel Plaza, the book La Bomba de Tiempo. Ritual y ritmo. He was editor of the book Iberoamérica Sonora, Músicos en efervescencia creativa (Editorial UDG, México). On TV, he set to music the show Variaciones Walsh, and he is the contents evaluator for the program Encuentro. Along with his father, Carlos, he presents an original transgenerational DJ-set.