Magnum's music dwells within the realms of dark, heavy basslines, ethereal arpegiated synth stabs, dislocated vocal chops, primitive drums, old school breaks, and futuristic rhythm patterns carefully constructed into stories that take place in the lost island of Puerto Rico. His latin roots mixed with the influence of Punk Rock, Hip Hop, Idm, House, Jungle and other types of electronica and world ...grooves are apparent in his productions which may vary in styles, but always evoke weird and deep emotional soundscapes.
Along the years Magnum has altered consciousness at local stages alongside: The Bloody Beetroots, Boys Noize, Steve Aoki, MSTRKRFT, Afrojack, Huoratron, Le Castlevania, LA Riots, Felix Cartal, DatA, Lazaro Casanova, Nadastrom, The Prodigy, The Crystal Method, Andi Thoma (Mouse on Mars), Nacotheque, Goldie, Photek, Bailey, Ed Rush & Optical & Roni Size among others and more recently with Toy Selectah, Geko Jones, Talk, Appleblim, Martyn, A Made Up Sound/2562, Zed Bias, Salva, Ramadanman and Silkie.
In 2010 after causing some commotion locally and over the internet, Magnum joined forward-thinking club music label, Nightshifters, based in Berlin and run by DJ Donna Summer and Jubilee to remix Canblaster's “Triple Ring” for Canblaster's debut EP and then release his own debut EP “Grooveworks” in May 2011, which showcases some harsher, heavier rave vibes and gets remixed by top new-weirdos: Hostage, Panteros666 from Club Cheval fame, Randomer and Lucid. In the following months Magnum released “Schemes” on Future of Bass 1, a compilation cured by HxdB for US based label Gradient Audio and remixed Bosstone, Emmerson & Klauser, MadJazz and Lao. His sophomore EP “Visions” came out on Belgium based label Inhale on October 2011 and recieved early support from 2562, Randomer, Norrit and Resketch among many others. Fall/Winter plans for Magnum in 2011 include a forthcoming release on UK based label 92 Points as well as more new tunes, more remixing, more shows and launching his own label Tribe.