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Luis Isaac was born in Cádiz, South of Spain. During his childhood, he received lessons of piano, solfeage and music theory and throughout his teenage years he played in several rock bands At the age of 18 he moved to Granada in order to attend Pharmacy college and, it’s in the “Granada nightlife” where he first discovers what a real dancefloor can be at a techno festival. He soon became interested in production and wrote his first tracks with Fasttracker 2 which was an excellent tool. In 2004, he moved to Barcelona in search of new influences and life experiences and got enrolled at Microfusa electronic music school. Over the following years he got involved in the city scene and started to progress through techno minimal and trance in order to create his own music universe. At the same time, he also received brazilian percussion lessons from the “big maestro” Sandro Lustosa and more recently took part in the musical elaboration of the Spectacle “Raizes de Dona” by the Spanish-Brazilian Donadanza Company.

Luis Isaac Luis, Barcelona, Spain

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Luis Isaac Núñez,Spanish Electronic musician myspace.com/luisisaac my email djmakei@yahoo.es

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