The last waltz of house

Juan Antonio Fuster’s AKA Tatalone’s music could be described as a combination of euphoria and melancholy that could remind us of Guy Gerber.


Loyal to a musical coherence, he started Djing in Cala Deia Parties back in 2000, followed by “Bassment Club” where he shared booth with artists like M.A.N.D.Y., Tiefschwarz, M.I.A. Steve bug, Dfa, Mike Vamp amongs others.


Two years later he moves to Madrid where he became a precocious well known Dj holding residencies in clubs like Cool & Kathmandú. Next stop was Barcelona; 4 years to get his degree in Audio Engineering and learn all about producing music; first tracks like “Discordia” by Free Joel (Published by Boayer), “Have A Nice Day” with Memo (Published by Debox).


Back in Majorca, he produces “Mom’s Beat” a great track that puts him back in touch with his childhood friend Igor, Thanks to whom, his tracks have been played at Cocoon @ Amnesia and that Pig & Dan use as opening track for sets in Festivals such as EDM Festival Canada, Miami Showcase o Ultrafestival Japan.


He’s Dijed in clubs like City Hall Barcelona, Apolo Barcelona, Pacha... and Festivals like GOA Madrid, Groveyard Oslo, and is responsible from 2012 of DejaVu Music Festival who’s had a great reception.


He’s now back with more fusion than ever, a vinyl lover and fighter for an honest and romantic style, in his sets you can listen artists playing like Fela Kuti, James Brown or Camarón mixed with the latests electronic tracks but with a great deal of feeling.




San Miguel