Eduardo Morais began in his expeditions throughout the country’s DJ booths more than a decade ago.
With his magical boxes filled with precious seven inch records he discovered in basements and moldy warehouses, Eduardo always challenged his listeners with the ignored hymns from Psychedelica and Northern Soul, to the strange worlds of soundtracks of the 1960s.
Today, playing from global electric music of distant latitudes to the freedom conquered by Post-Punk and Disco of the following decades, he is in the genesis of dance projects like Electric Rainbow, with Jacco Gardner and Maria P.; W.A.S.T.E. Club dedicated to the b-sides of the 80's; Kaleidoscope, the psychedelic night directed by DJ A Boy Named Sue; and Catarata Fulminante, his monthly program of Sunday broadcast.
Besides this, he is one the most acclaimed Portuguese documentarists of his generation, being the videographer and music historian responsible for about a dozen documentaries.