Over the years, Aire Atlantica has become a jack of all trades. When he first started out, he dabbled with the electro house style and had releases on Afrojack’s label Wall, Steve Aoki’s label Dim Mak, and Spinnin Records. Not content with his style, Aire Atlantica took a hiatus in order to work on his craft and to develop a sound that truly resonates with him. Now, his percussion-driven music focuses on delivering vibes like no other and being able to set a tone that lasts throughout the whole night.
After taking a quick break to truly develop his sound, Aire Atlantica has come back with a unique style that properly reflects where his mindset is. Over the last few months, he’s remixed the likes of Lorde to Kanye West to a cover of White Stripes “Seven Nation Army”. He launched his month trilogy that covered April-May-June, a series that provided a cinematic sample driven experience. Songs that could be played as you cruise down an empty pacific highway or when you find yourself in the midst of flashing lights surrounded by a crowd of thousands.