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Javier Díez Ena

Javier Díez Ena

Javier Díez Ena


Javier Díez Ena born in Zaragoza in 1974. He plays bass, double bass and theremin mainly as well as saz, setar, didgeridoo, electric kalimbas and other strange home-made gadgets which are sometimes digitally processed to create unique and eccentrics sounds and echoes. After some indie rock experiences in different bands such as Stalefish, Insecto or Phono, he formed DEAD CAPO together with the "other Javieres": Javier Gallego on drums and Javier Adán at guitar. Read more on Last.fm
Javier Díez Ena born in Zaragoza in 1974. He plays bass, double bass and theremin mainly as well as saz, setar, didgeridoo, electric kalimbas and other strange home-made gadgets which are sometimes digitally processed to create unique and eccentrics sounds and echoes. After some indie rock experiences in different bands such as Stalefish, Insecto or Phono, he formed DEAD CAPO together with the "other Javieres": Javier Gallego on drums and Javier Adán at guitar. At the same time, they all funded an independent record label called Pueblo Records, (Mathis and the Mathematiks, Strand, Lava...). Added to their Dead Capo activities along most of Jazz European Festivals, he is also member of Ainara Legardón band and Aaron Thomas one. Recently has collaborated with Standstill, Los caballos de Düsseldorf, Susana Cáncer, DJ Hidraulico and That Crooner from Nowhere. His personal project, more experimental oriented, mixes this background to release them in a bizarre melting-pot. Read more on Last.fm.

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