Producing, retouching and playing with electronic music for 5 years, the music of Edu Yattah tries to create an embracing sound that, above all, generates a flying atmosphere. The music means having a good time anyhow. It assumes meeting people, listening to new things and specially sharing moments. During high school he attended the conservatory of music Manuel de Falla where he took classes for a degree in percussion. His way through this institution led him to make a lot of friends and form different music bands in which he performed as drummer. Thus it expanded his likes, introduced him to new sounds and gave him the musical formation that is applied in his actual bases and rhythms.It was then that he started going to different music spaces, most of them related to the dance cult and electronic music such as Clubland, Caix and Pacha Buenos Aires. When he entered the electronic space the sound of progressive house was taking shape and developing in a full process of expansion. He started listening to all the referents of that moment whether it was a techno style, progressive, trance or electro. During his first years with electronic music Edu didn’t have much access to music in its original format. His approach was as a spectator, radio listener and producer of the tendencies of the moment. A dark, accelerated sound with tribal shades can be identified in his music from his first tracks, more than 4 years ago. Among his productions he has remixed artists like Kosheen, Björk, Madonna, BT and now his new remix of Sasha’s track "Mongoose". His current sound achieved through a wide range of influences within the electronic genre generates a different space, opened to the inclusion of new styles and frequencies… His way through Club Caix (Fiction 8 AM) in the mornings with Aldo Haydar led him to acquire a different panorama of what can be achieved with sound in a dancefloor. His time spent in TriscoBooking (Djs agency) enriched him musically speaking and was his base to get to a new conception of the electronic music production. What is interesting about music, even when it is hard to apply, is that you have to be open to different sounds, adjusting to the dancefloor format and mostly experimenting new frequencies all the time.