Since 2003 I was DJing new Latin-oriented production, together with classic/trad. Latin music pearls. '90s were my Electronica "general audio-spectrum" period, hance the logical joining of the two, making me the first local DJ who combined Electro-Latin presented here thorugh "LatEEno" mixes (call it NeoLatin).
Since my nature & love, I always approached music profoundly. After mentioned decade-long Electronica flyover (from Ambient to Trance), in 2000 I had a romance w/ dance instructor and discovered Latin dances/rhythms/genres. Didn't take long to realize there's another ocean of music waiting to be discovered. It was and still is an everlasting venture making the LatiNet site covering it in general. I accepted it as practically impossible endeavor. For it's multi-layered labyrinth - made of historical, ethnographical, so forth, influences that interfere not only through time; making it such a pain in da brain. An multilayered melting-pot on its own...