- Aitor Ronda

Bio:

Aitor Ronda’s concrete roots can be traced back to 90’s techno. His personal commitment to the mutant and clubbing techno has been in force since 1996, when he began to play his rst vinyl records. It was a few years later, in 2001, when Aitor decided to release on that format for the very rst time, while he decided to create his own Drakos (where he signed “Trilogy” alongside DJ Rush) and Upfront imprints too. Since then the Barcelona-based DJ/Producer has built a real solid music career - accumulates 20 years of experience- at this point Aitor Ronda's mastery and skills both in the recording studio – in the middle of nowhere and where he spends hours and hours- and the DJ booth. Accurate techniques acquired throughout all these years playing his sounds at massive festivals and venues as Sónar, Monegros, Privilege, Space-Ibiza, Florida 135, Egg London and many more. In the same way as critically acclaimed published on record labels such as Terminal M (Monika Kruse’s label), Octopus (Sian’s label), or the mighty Tronic (Christian Smith ́s label) without forgetting Pig&Dan’s own Elevate imprint, where he has been piling up a quite good bundle of absolute bangers and fantastic EPs. Including “Tweezer”, this track became #1 of world techno best sellers in 2018. All this has consequences: a constant presence in all the techno / clubbing charts around the world, including essential platforms like Beatport. Quite an ‘orchestra director’ of the 21st Century. All this hectic life has led him to a constant evolution as a producer, DJ, label manager... and of course increased his passion for what he loves most. A true leader of a barrier-free techno sound, with a respectful but winning philosophy always. Aitor’s personal quote is "Work hard, the impossible only takes a bit longer". Smart.

LATEST RELEASES

Ibiza Techno Megamix 2019
Tom Wax, Rummy Sharma, Phunk Investigation, Jean Aita, Junior Jack, Tube & Berger, David Beyer, Monika Kruse, Pig & Dan, Stefano Noferini, Nick Curly, Tony Myers, Collective Machine, Franky Rizardo, Toni Rios, Chris Maico Schmidt, Hauswerks, Supernova, Martin Eyerer, Nerdjack, Sean Swede, The Deepshakerz, Aitor Ronda, Emery Warman, Marc Werner, Junge & Mädchen, Cj Jeff, Clint Stewart, Daniel Stefanik, Viktor (UV), Shuja, NivesKa, Ramirez Son, Rob Kali, Christian Hornbostel, Sllash, Doppe, Danny Serrano, Pierce, Renato Cohen, Dario D'Attis, Anthony Attalla, Modul Kollektiv, Sabb, Forrest, Roy Davis Jr., Herald, Sid Vaga, Barrientos, Illyus, Marck Jamz, Juliet Sikora, Lars Moston, Roger Taylor, L-EX, Frank Sonic, Roumex, Gorge, James Cole, Metodi Hristov, Craig Walker, Solo Tamas, Sharam Jey, Jean Bacarreza, Bashkka, Parlde Saraceni, Matt Sassari, Drunken Kong, The Reason Y, Darius Syrossian, Maxime Laffon, Duke & Robin, Yael, Comuno, Spartaque, Dimitri Vibe, Dave Young, Fritz Jong, Teenage Mutants, Yves Murasca, Chasing Kurt, Rosario Galati, Marcus Meinhardt, Room Service, Manu Gonzales, Gabriel & Castellon, Pazkal, Sandro Pertini, Josh Butler, Ben Champell, Roland Clark, Simion, Joeski, Yanay, Ilija Djokovic, Shawnecy, Jhothi, Denney, Melanie Ribbe, Hugo Gerber, Nils Hoffmann, JUPITER PACE, Robosonic, Ferreck Dawn, Mikerobenics, Flo MRZDK, Black Girl / White Girl, Lula, Yousef, Ron Carroll, Huxley, Veerus, Stefan Koenig, DJ Mix, Dennis Ferrer
I Love This Sound | 2019-06-07