Spanish composer Jose Uceda cites as main artistic influences Eddie Amador, Deep Swing, Roger Sanchez, and Junior Jack. As one might suspect, elements of each of these can be found in subtle tones and nuances throughout his music. This latest single, “Lala Song,” represents his revisiting of the origins of EDM, back to its roots in the 1990s when it was called alternative music and techno.
“I wanna return with this track to the classical house music grooves,” he writes, “but giving it the powerful sound that new technologies bring us today.”
As such, fans of European house and contemporary nightclub fare will both very exceptionally pleased. Fans of artists such as LA Style and KLF will also find familiar excellence in “Lala Song.”
Uceda began his musical career somewhat differently than his fans might suspect.
“I began when I was 10 years old,” writes Uceda, “studying classical piano in professional conservatory for 6 years. When I was 18 I joined university to study my graduate [work] in computer engineering, and at the same time began to work as a DJ and producing my own tracks for different labels worldwide: USA, Spain, Portugal…”
Uceda, who has more than 17 releases available online everywhere, has worked with such talents as Sampleking and Junior D’Acosta (Privilege Ibiza 2011 residents), Katrina Q, IreneB, DJ Frisco, Lily Day, Groove Garcia (today known as UNER), Adrian Rey, Ruben de Lis, Sophia Sans, and Fran Ramirez and Mich Golden (Groove Ministers).
Uceda's music has been published on an array of popular music labels, such as Remode Records (Germany), Kaos (Portugal), Full Throttle (USA), Neurotic Groove (USA), Dance All Day (Germany), Roster Music (Spain) Blanco y Negro (Spain), and Kaos Records (Portugal).
His remixes find him in collaboration with such names as Chris Ahrens (Germany), Samuel Blacher (Israel), WowWeek Zamsha (Russia), Amos (Germany), Phonic Lounge (Portugal), Junior Rodgers and Tina Cox (USA).
He has reached #7 on the list of global sales of all music genres from the DJDownload.com online store, a partner of Ministry of Sound, as well as # 9 on the TopSpain chart.
Jose Uceda was nominated in 2011 as Best Spanish Producer and DJ by Vicious Magazine Music Awards.
“Lala Song” by Jose Uceda is available online worldwide.
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