Kid Simius

José Antonio García Soler is not only an incredibly friendly and charming guy, but a personified stage explosion, too. Whether he’s turning knobs, playing one of his surf guitar solos on his knees in front of the monitors, or whether he stage-dives into the crowd head on, he always looks like he’s on cloud nine. As soon as you see him smile, you know what we mean.

And, most importantly, the producer, DJ and musician (as part of Marteria’s live band, for instance) knows how to lay down a track, mixing surf music with bass volleys (as heard on his album “Wet Sounds”), or turning a Columbian flute into the coolest instrument in the world on his current release “The Flute Song”.