It was then that he began to understand that music gave him a wide range of possibilities. In his eagerness to see new places which inspired him in his creations and searching for it multiculturalism always present in his music, he experienced the pleasure of riding spectacular corners of the Spanish geography. Granada, Cordoba and Toledo provided large amounts of wealth were reflected ethnic later in his works, such as “East Winds” or "African Spirit". Maybe the turning point in his career was determined by a trip to the white isle of Ibiza, home of the current chill out and electronic music.
Again driven by the feelings aroused in him the extraordinary views of places like the magical Es Vedra, he composed themes fresh and dynamic as that of the same name of the legendary island, "Es Vedra" or "Sailing In My Dreams". They also revealed the influence of renowned artists like Mike Oldfield, Enigma, Vangelis, Brian Eno and Jean Michel Jarre. His music is characterized by being full of hot rhythms and sounds. His melodies are looking surprise.
David is a composer who dares to all musical styles. His music sounds more sailing from space toward more ethnic, not forgetting the chillout and ambient. He has signed contracts with German labels as "Highscoremusic” or “Zyx Music". Some of his tracks are part of compilations like: "Macao Cafe Ibiza - The Next Episode" & "House: The Chill Edition”, sharing tracklist with artists like: Torsten Stenzel (York), Roberto Sol, "Sin Plomo", Clelia Felix, Joel Kanning or Chris LeBlanc.
Right now he is unveiling his new solo work entitled "The Landing". A new concept of music New Age/Chillout signed under the label "Podenco Recordings Ibiza”. Talk about "The Landing" is talking about sounds warm and mesmerizing rhythms that intertwine with the rich ethnic sounds. A fresh mix of ideas and melodies kept to the smallest detail, a job where each track takes the listener to a world of peace and tranquility, becoming electric.
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