rhythm of the dancer 133bpm

I haven't written in quite some time, because I've been busy with music and also school stuff.

The "Dance marathon" in Tallinn was a positive experience. Our dance was different from the others. Using more technology and contemporary imagery. My contribution was more on the music although I did move around aswell. We should have the dvd soon and we are planning to perform it elsewhere as well. Here are some photos from our rehearsal, sadly I don't have any pictures from the actual show.
After the dance marathon was over I rushed over to Salvador, because I had a live there. I had 40 minutes to get there and get groovin.

I'm working on some new banging tracks. I'm going towards more house sound (everything is house nowadays isn't it). The tempo will be more dancer friendly, it will be between 130 and 145 but probably be 133 in my live shows (bless abletons warp). A lot of bass will be present and also some brazilian influences could be probably found from the percussions. I'm also



The main news is that I finished and uploaded my remix. I remixed Heat by Mimicry.
Mimicry is a contestant in the Estonian Song 2010 for Eurovision. This is not the song in the final, but another one. As usually(for the second time) I just used the vocals sang by the beautiful Kene Vernik.

A new remix is on the way for a famous Estonian artist not yet to be revealed;)
Also I am doing a dance show with a very talented dancer on the 20th of march in Tallinn. At the Tantsumaraton "Made in Estonia" in Kanuti Gild.

In other news, MTViggy blog has this to say about my music. It's a nice surprise to find something new said about your music.
"Lo Mejor incorporates trickles of conversation, old film clips, Gameboy soundtracks, cartoon wham-boom-pows, and jumpy 4-note basslines into his laptop-driven, synth mess."
"So why am I selling you a product that can get you sick? This is also a sound that’s guaranteed to get you and your futon-bound friends jumping around. "