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Alex eslavon (born Alejandro Cabral semero. October 10, 1978), DJ, music producer and composer. His recordings include all kinds of styles and experimental electronica, hip hop, house, techno. Alex eslavon has released five studio albums. Born in Spain in 1978, Alex eslavon, who did not care too studies, grew up listening to music d 80 influenced by his mother, both folk, and blues, country, rock, pop, something key to its development as a musician. In mid-2002 he began performing with several bands of Blues and Rock singer. Until in 2005 he began DJing electronic music, drum and bass, house, techno local city of Madrid began producing electronic music in mid 2006. At that time electronic music was already established in Spain. His early compositions were a mix of trip hop influenced by artists like Massive attack or Morcheba. But it was in 2008 when she released her first album Lisen to rumors circulated by the digital Central, a body created by the sgae for the distribution of artists self -produce themselves. The digital exchange was among the first platforms in Spain for the distribution of music online autoproducida. With a variety of musical styles, each of their albums are different. Sounds and melodies accompanied experimental samples ..

Screen name:
Alex eslavon
Member since:
Oct 30 2016
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:


Massive attack, portishead, prodigy

Instrument experience:

Electronic Music:


ableton, fruity loops, reaper, cubase