Biografía de a.r. suarez

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6reenlight
Alejandro R. Suárez R. (born November 18, 1993), better known by his stage name 6reenlight (pronounced "greenlight"), is a Venezuelan electronic dance music producer based in Caracas.Projects

Although Alejandro R. started many music projects and ended them up to start new ones, he describes 6reenlight as the final phase of a developing process, “like a baby that turned into achild, and then into a teenager and so on”, says.

Alejandro has changed names almost as much as he has changed sounds and genres, the project that once started as a psytrance/downtempo based“Alexxx”, suddenly turned into an electro house/big beat project called “Frozen Noise”, to become then, the house based “Dj Dismo”, making an emphasis on DJ-friendly tracks, and to build his image as a dj,rather than a music producer. Proceeding afterwards with his longest one to date, “AdFM”.

AdFM (2008 – 2010)

Standing for “Addicted to the Fucking Music”, “A Drug From Mars”, and “All Done ForMusic”, AdFM lasted 2 years exactly (730 days). The project was described as “an act of versatility” that worked on both mainstream sound and underground. Blending different elements with each other,innovation, creativity, and uniqueness in the sound were the target. Arranging 5 albums, 3 EPs and 18 remixes, the AdFM project summed up to a total of 118 tracks, resulting in over 8 hours of music. AdFMwould end on December 8th of 2010 when Alejandro R. Suárez then starts his new project called “6reenlight”.

6reenlight (2010 – present)

6reenlight, the current music project held by Suárez isapparently the final and definitive one. Started on December 9th of 2011, with 8 tracks that were previously made on the time AdFM was still on. DJ-friendly tracks going from big beat to progressivehouse, using a basic “four by four” pattern of progression, quitting to the synth intros and using beat startups instead, were obviously part of a move to approach closer to the club dj scene....
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