Ten years ago in the heights of northern Spain (Palencia), a fresh faced Hector Hernandez began his musical career as a mc and producer for hip hop act Verse Sect. Being a man with an appetite for diversity, he soon started to experiment with different tempos and sonic textures, creating an eclectic blend of Hiphop and electronica.
Following his passion for music Hector Hernandez decided to pursue a career in the industry and moved to London where he spent 2 years studying his trade. The move brought him together with like minded artists and catalysed his entry into the Drum and Bass scene - collaborating on a project called Brainstorm. During this period Hector Hernandez worked with fashion label Chen Pascual, creating music for shows and supervising the AV team. Keen to spread the drum & Bass message, he secured a fortnightly radio show at Virgin Megastore putting him in contact with some of his most influential producers in the scene. A proficient DJ, he turned his attention to the clubs, playing numerous venues in London and across Europe.
Having given blood, sweat (and a few tears) to the Drum & Bass scene for half a decade, Hector Hernandez began to apply the techniques he had learned to different genres. Electronica, Dubstep and (most recently) breaks being the focus of his interests. Always willing to learn, Hector Hernandez is currently collaborating with artists and producers from across the musical spectrum. These projects continue to widen the scope of his productions.Hector Hernandez had remixed the likes of Baobinga & Id, Mystic Man and Eskimanjaro, Break the Box vs LBJ amongst others and is currently working on an album under his Dubstep alias called Hektagon.
Future projects include touring Australia in June and working on a live project as part of a band called Being.