At the scene of Sao Paulo, when speaking in the name of DJ Juliao the reaction mixture respect, admiration and affection. Been trail full and lively, with the front row, smiling and chattering with the DJ. Not for less: mixed repertory work, charisma, technical innovation and unique way. Juliao, for starters, is part of the select club of those who "were there."
When the electronic music in Brazil was no longer the hobby of a few hundred die-hard, the way of being and Juliao began to play a presence.
The DJ was playing a few years at parties and went to the good underground spaces of the city.
The year was 1993 and Julian, along with another newcomer, DJ Marky, faced the task of introducing underground electronic music to his audience at his historic residence in the Sound Factory in Penha. Thus, Julian was the first to introduce the drum'n'bass tracks on here, that style is today and almost pop at the time was alien to the moons of Jupiter.
Juliao remained in the Sound Factory until 1997, where he played alongside names like Little Louie Vega, Erick Morillo, Laurent Garnier, Josh Wink, Altern 8, Godfather, Disco D, Mark Archer (Altern 8), Anthony Rotter, Mark Moore aka Trentemöller S-Spress, Joint Skrufff, Dj Hell, Miss Djaxx, Julian Liberator, Kolombo, Jerome Hill and Armand Van Helden. Since then much has happened: three CDs mixed ( "Trip Essential" volumes 1 and 2, and "Toco Underground Hits", mixed with Marky), several experiments and radio sets and more sets of good music and unpredictable, including homes in Hell's Club and n'A Loca.
After leaving aside the drum'n'bass Julian fell with all the techno, through disciplines such as Chicago, Detroit, Ghetto Tech, Hard and Wonky, and focus on quality electro.
Always with one eye on innovation and another on the track full (that balance between pleasing themselves and the public that being a DJ is really good), Julian won fans in all segments of the scene without ever falling into the commercial or easy hits. A few years ago, started Insomnia, one of the best after hours of America, going from Saturday morning until seven at seven o'clock or more. In 2003, Juliao threw himself into music production with the project evil2 in partnership with Marcelo LK, part of the collection MTV Amp Electro Breaks, launched by the Second World Records., Ja released 3 eps with your project 609 Six-0 - Nine along with the Great DJ Magno Knight, and their songs remixed by DJ Godfather, Mau Mau Ednei and others.
thanks to this ongoing work in the underground, there is now a whole new generation of DJs who learned everything with Professor Juliao.
In 2010 he ran as best indicated by Dj Brazilian magazine DJ Mag!