Between 1984 and 1988 collaborates with local experimental band Factoría Ribbentropp in the audio-visual area.
In 1988 starts up 'SÍNDROME DE PLÁSTICO' (PLASTIC SYNDROME), a program in the now closed radio station RADIOCADENA ESPAÑOLA, covering the increasingly wide electronic scene (not only dance but also experimental and alternative. This year celebrates the first RAVE in Málaga (and probably all over the south of Spain) at the ÉXTASIS disco, under the name ACID HOUSE NIGHT.
In 1989 his radio program gets into the programming of Radio 4 of Radio Nacional de España, extending its cover to the whole Andalusia, and DJ Kultür becomes the first DJ to play dance music in the Málaga Fair, for the stand of the 'Zona Oeste'.
In 1990, after leaving the radio, starts working in the most presigious record shop in town, Candilejas, leading the dance section, labour that he still does at this moment.
In 1992 creates with musician and long-time friend JOSUA the techno project CULTURE KULTÜR (http://www.culturekultur.com) , in which he gives free rein to his particular vision of electronic music.
This same year gets the first prize in a nationwide contest for 40 Principales (the spanish Top 40), thanks to his brilliant Pet Shop Boys Megamix.
Between 1993 and 1998 his sessions could be heard mainly on private parties, but also several times in Satisfaxion and Evassion Planet events.
In Barcelona took part on the SONAR Festival of 1997, and in 1998 starts collaborating for the newborn program MUNDO EVASSION on Canal Sur (South of Spain's most important station), lead by his 'brother' Daniel Moreno.
1999 is the yer of release of his first vinyl for the Weekend-Breaks label, the now classic 'ALL RIGHT NOW!'.
At the moment, he continues collaborating with Mundo Evassion and the Evassion Planet collective, and untsoppably creating new tunes, making new productions and remixes along with DJ JAN-B and JOSUA, and releasing them via Weekend-Breaks, with distribution in USA, UK, Southamerica and Spain.
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