Aitor Ronda: Get The Message

Aitor Ronda began his storied career back in 1996, and through the years has amassed a catalogue approaching 300 releases for labels such as Elevate, Terminal M, Octopus, Tronic and Toolroom. One thing is quite evident; he spends a lot of time in the studio.  Over the years, the Barcelona based producer has held DJ residencies presenting his electrifying sets at some of the most influential clubs including The Loft, F135, and El Row, Fabrik Madrid, Space Ibiza, Spook, Privelege, Sonar, Egg London among others. Coming up on three decades of making music, with countless studio hours logged, Ronda continues to evolve as a significant Techno music producer on the scene today. In 2018, Ronda found himself atop of the Beatport Techno charts multiple times, grabbing the attention from the likes of contemporaries Pig & Dan and Monika Kruse, media outlets including DJ Mag UK and the BBC. Last year also saw him debut and release a 3 track EP for Octopus Recording, along with a remix for KaiserDisco on Tronic and dozens of gigs all across Europe performing in front of tens of thousands.  So, I’d say that Aitor Ronda had a pretty good year. Now that we’re about half way through 2019, he’s back with a new EP titled “The Message.” Delivered to Elevate for the March release, along with a new production brand named Whack, which launched in April, upcoming shows throughout the rest of the year, shows that he’s pursuing new ideas and projects that should guarantee the continuance of well-deserved attention. And for your listening pleasure, I encourage you to dig in to his discography, even though it is very extensive, and while there are so many gems that clearly document the evolution of his sound on record, guaranteeing top shelf techno for purists and newbies alike. As a mainstay in the Spanish Techno scene spanning decades, Aitor Ronda has built himself a rock solid reputation as a composer and as a performer. Need to proof, check out his explosive and high-energy show when he passes through your city. And while you’re at it, pick up his new EP “The Message.”

—Joseph Arthur

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