We Are Here Music / Sounds Of Earth / Twilo NYC / Global Underground UK / Fade Records / Red Ant / Stripped Digital / Stripped Recordings / Hype Muzik / Endemic Digital / Mindwarp Records / AlterImage Recordings / Looq Records / Sounds Of Juan / Automatic Records UK / Acute Recordings
Tini Tun was born and raised in Mexico City, one of the biggest cities in the world. In 1990, along with his brother DJ Quecho, he formed one of the most important electronic bands in Mexico called Conditus. They composed several tracks like “Move Your Hands in the Air” and “Neptuno” which were released on several major dance compilations in his country.
A year later at the age of 15, Tini Tun began his DJ career playing at the first rave parties in Mexico City, with excellent response from the audience. He became one of the pioneers of progressive music in the scene of Mexico. From then on, he has played around the country in different cities like Monterrey, Guadalajara, Cd. Juárez, Tijuana, Puebla, Cuernavaca, Morelia, Chihuahua, Cuiliacan, Merida, Can Cún, Playa del Carmen at The BPM Festival, Cabo San Lucas among others.
Every year he is invited to play at the famous BPM Festival in Playa del Carmen.
Tini Tun is now asked to play around the world for his rapid career record and impressive impact on the international audience. He has played in several countries like Costa Rica (Contacto Parties), Peru, Argentina, Guatemala, El Salvador, the UK, Switzerland, Prague, Russia, Canada, Puerto Rico, the USA and South Korea.
After becoming a member of the prestigious Balance Record Pool back in 1997, he performed in several festivals and clubs across the US at The Mardi Gras Festival in New Orleans, San Francisco (1015), New York (Twilo), Chicago (Crobar), Los Angeles (Giant), Colorado, Virginia, Atlanta, Seattle, Minneapolis and Las Vegas.
He has appeared at the Ministry of Sound Sessions for the UK Radio broadcasted on several radio stations in North America.
In the year 2000 Tini Tun played in front of 15,000 people at the ACA World Fest in Acapulco with an excellent performance.
In 2002, John Digweed shows Tini Tun as the first and only mexican DJ, to be on his radio show Kiss FM in London, having a great response from the radio listeners.
In 2013, John Digweed invited him again for his radio show called Transitions.
Performance with international DJs
Tini Tun has shared stage with prestigious Dj like Sasha, John Digweed, Guy Gerber, Hernan Cattaneo, Martin Buttrich, Heidi, Nick Warren, Lee Burridge, Bill Patrick, Paul Van Dyk, Chris Fortier, Jimmy Van M, John Creamer, Mobius Strum, Audiofly, Sean Cusick, Dave Seaman, Paul Oakenfold, Butch, Sandra Collins, Astro&Glyde, Taylor, Anthony Pappa, Jerry Bonham, Luke Fair, Pole Folder, Randall Jones, David Hollands, Quecho, Vazik, Light, Ritchie Hawtin and Sven Vath to name a few.
-Club Twilo / New York, USA with Paul van Dyk, Sean Cusick, Slacker, Sasha and John Digweed, Sister Bliss.
-The Contacto parties / Costa Rica with Sean Cusick
-Odeon / Mexico City
-Metro / Mexico City
-The Palace / Mexico City
-Colmillo / Mexico City
-Hookah Lounge / Mexico City
"You will find Tini as a versatile dj in progressive house. His taste ranges from melodic techno tribal to trance and he can segue from one style to another then back again seamlessly. What he lacks in ego and attitude he more than makes up for in generosity and humility."
"Tini broke with progressive south of the border for years, now his breaking in Northamerica and we welcome him"
"Tini Tun, Mexico Citys leading progressive Dj, supplies Over it, a skeletal, bottom heavy house groove"
-Nick Warren Global Underground Shangai #28
Comments by TiNi TuN
You guys always delivering the goodies! love it!
Great music! :)
Wicked m8! TRACK ID: Vazik & Tini Tun - Samurai [Mindwarp Records]
Lovely track, I've been playing it for quite a while, love it :)
thank you very much for the support Barry! :D
Cool track :)
@robalwahid: Link para descargar:https://www.yousendit.com/download/UlRSSXR3NDQ5RllQWWNUQw
Big thanks for your support ;)
Great selection of tracks and well put them together, I like it :)
I like it a lot Matias, thanks!