It wasn't until January of 2000 that Omar really started to produce full-on tracks of his own- primarily within one or more of the following genres: electronica, experimental, house, minimalist, techno, trance. It was summer of this same year that he bought his last batch of vinyl records and stopped collecting. Almost 2 years later, in spring of 2002*, Omar Cabaleiro played his last DJ gig- electing to focus totally on the music itself, and no longer on the related "scene(s)." (*he "popped up" again at a small gig in New Jersey sometime in 2006) To date, Omar Cabaleiro's only official music release was of the track "Delta," on Dobox Recordings' techno compilation: Resurgence (2007.Dec.4). He continues to create electronic music on a highly infrequent basis, making his favorite pieces available for free streaming and download throughout several different music social networking sites. Though he has not truly indulged in the nightlife scene in rougly a decade, his related experiences from throughout the second half of the 1990's remain a huge influence on his sound as a musician.
Omar would describe the sound he creates when he is at his self-proclaimed best and "most focused," as being reminiscent of the vibe/feelings he recalls from his clubbing days: "dark thunderous afterhours" and "sexy drug beats." Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..