Lontano, that is, David Ortolà y Jaime Romero, have developed his very personal style mixture between electro, techno, disco, deep and electronic house.... if such things do really exist.
Their album (“Chroma”) and two EPs, (“Gaymania”, “Lovebass”, the later sold out in just two months), helped placing them in the spotlight of the spanish dance scene, winning excellent reviews from several media, both local and foreign.
They made their debut in their hometwon of Valencia for Electra 2003 and, since then, played festivals such as Sónar 2005, Observatori 2003, ESTE04, Electro 2m5, Terral 2005, or venues such as LoLiTa (The Loft/Barcelona), Moog (Barcelona), Die Registratur (Munich), Coppelia 101 (Madrid), Otto Zutz (Barcelona), Le Club (Valencia), Liquid (Barcelona), amongst many others.
In 2005 they're selected by british online company SHOWstudio for their interactive project PSP ‘Amaze Me’, Lontano acting as the sole representatives in the musical section as "new talent who made a defenitive impact in the spanish musical scene" (Karina Aloupi, Project Coordination Assistant, SHOWstudio) thus placing them between some other upcoming talent like David Delfín, representing the fashion world, or Ana Laura Alaez, arts.
Jaime and David are also known as Miniservice, project devoted to minimal techno with a debut Ep “3 Tracks”, on the german label Alpha (Colonia).
Last but not least, they've joined efforts with Dioni Sanchez for another project: Aerobic Studio which has begun it's artistic life via a remix for Nacho Marco, “Mermaid” (Odori, 2005).
On the record industry, both have started their own ventures: Aerobic Studio (as a label: Jaime Romero y Dioni Sánchez) and Kontakte (David Ortolà, José Antonio Serrano y Chelis), new proposals to further enrich the already burgeoning spanish scene. Aerobic Studio is already getting good sales of their first release and Kontakte is making it's debut with Betelgeuse and a remix by DJ Rupture.