Born in Madrid, his influences come on the one hand from the first ebm waves and the dark electronic scene and on the other hand from the old school electro and hiphop movement that appeared on the streets of his city in the early nineties, of course influences from the Electro founders Kraftwerk, or refreshing A. Rother’s earlier work as well as concrete sci-fi films and books like "Blade Runner" or "Ghost in the Shell" helped him to reflect his vision. It was in 1992 when he started to make music with computers, sequencers and synths creating a several electronic projects. But finally Electro catched his attention at the end of nineties.In late 2001 he joined the hi-top Anthony Rother’s label, officially presented as a PSI49NET artist in early 2002 through the "Electro Commando 1 Welcome To PsiCity" compilation.
2003 was the year when he brought to the light his main project called DRIVECOM to give Electro the impulse it deserves and keep the essence of the dark and minimal taste that aimed him to start. The label was getting a very good response around the electro community and it became as one of the most important reference of Electro and maybe the most representative electro label from Spain. Now its discography includes classic tracks like “People Love Machines” (2003), “Shut Down The System” (2005), or the amazing “La Hora De Las Maquinas” (2006) album.
B. Divider’s works appeared not only on his label. You’ll find more tracks on Satamile Monotone USA, MSX, Semantica... imprints with an always anticipated vibe and his releases have got an international respect over the years. They have been charted and supported by the most important electro and techno djs around the world: Dave Clarke, Hardfloor, The Advent, Adam X, Exzakt, Umwelt... From the classic tunes like “Take My Beat” (2003) or “Mundo Conectado” (2006) to the last releases such as “Electronics” (2010), “The Last Resistance” (2010), and also the rare and limited “Ultralink” (2010) minialbum released on avant-electronics Semantica imprint. The most recent collaboration in 2011 leads him to work with Hardfloor and E.R.P. on “You Know The Score” (2011) remix, with a dark powerfull and smooth work as usual.
As a musician, one of the strongest points is actually his powerfull hardware live act, no laptop involved, just man and machines experience. Performing sequencer, synths, keyboards and vocals/vocoders in realtime, making each show different since each track is developed on the air for the audience. After almost ten years performing around the world he has received a good response and high rating from the crowd in countries such as Germany, USA (Miami / Detroit), UK, Netherlands, Finland, Croatia, Slovenia, Ireland, Malta, Spain... and playing in the most important events and clubs: Sonar Festival (ES), Amsterdam Dance Event (NL), Life Festival (IE), Aquasella Festival (ES)..., taking his beats into the audience bodies