Cesar Urbina started his DJing by accident as he enrolled in Multimediastudies, where he was invited to set up the gear of a brand new FM station in Mexico. After moving all his record collection, friends and woes to the radio facilities, the new team of class-skipping friends created one of the best radio schedules south of the Rio Bravo border. Ten years of music production and programming gave him the know-how to play either long psyché DJ sets, as well as bold, sweaty dancefloor sessions. His personal work encompasses different areas; first as a producer and composer of his own music under the aliases Cubenx and Parakat as well as mixing, beat-making and producing for other artists. He has released three albums on the french label Infiné, the last one as part of an interactive installation with visual artist Maotik.

Music styles: Experimental techno, house, post punk, radio mash-up.

References: International Film Festival Guadalajara, Cafe Society After Party at Cannes Festival, Chanel Rouge Coco, Chanel Unifrance, Bus Palladium Paris, Rex Club, Adidas, Mutek Festival, Sonar Festival USA edition, Decibel Festival Seattle, La Machine du Moulin Rouge, Electron Festival Geneva, Sala Apollo Barcelona, HAU Berlin, Teatro de la Ciudad de Mexico, Phillip Morris, Four Seasons Punta de Mita, Radio Universidad de Guadalajara, International Book Fair Guadalajara. Installations: “Bloom” with Maotik for Scopitone Festival, Adidas NMD, Music for “Flow” and “Aeryon”, both installations by Maotik.