He walks into the place with a vivid pair of eyes and weathered face marked by an extreme and well-travelled journey in music. There is a roughness to his demeanor and expression as he has really lived the music he has created over the years.
Before working in the electronic studio, he came of age playing guitar in punk and metal bands. He had to cope with an overwhelming energy inside to acknowledge the emotions which rose up producing this music. This energy took on a different form when he discovered electronic music working as a sound assistant and sound engineer with Gary Moore, Mylène Farmer, and above all with the Vangelis in the late 90s. When mixing and producing, his heart beats somewhere in the spaces between techno, minimal, dark and dub tech, a massive hybrid genre projecting darkness only measurable on Richter scale magnitudes. Aggressive and repetitive, almost like mental blitzkrieg. Stuff that grabs you from the gut without noise or sanguine saturation. And always without boundaries.
Labels: D.M.T. records, concepto hipnotico