DJ Latam first played music at a party in 2004 in circumstances rather unexpected and unplanned. At the time he was fully in love with goa psytrance, enjoying also very much progressive house/trance. After a few years of practicing, performing and learning about what DJing means, encouraged by things going constantly up, he decided to give up all other business and commit to music and mixing. Started to experiment and went gradually deeper into other sub-genres of electronica, playing in parallel for some years psy, trance, techno, electro, house or chill, in various forms.
Now his focus is on the groovy hypnotic side of psychedelic trance, with an approach that can vary depending on the party profile, the audience, location, line-up or hour between a harder and a more atmospheric sound. From time to time he does the warm-up for big artists, being good at building a bridge between different styles or tempos which is something he really enjoys doing. Also, every now and then you can hear him at the alternative stage of various festivals or multicultural events mixing downtempo in an eclectic chill fashion.
In addition, he has a darker faster alter-ego, Fractaliceanu, rooted in forest psy but can reach more experimental undergrounds, and a project named Blooni with whom he explores the deep minimalistic techno area.
Besides DJ-ing, Latam is involved in organizing and promoting events through Thrancians organization that he manages, plus Unda and Spacesheep associations, being a co-organizer of Waha and Rebirth festivals and partner of Dakini festival, which featured artists like Juno Reactor, Astral Projection, X-Dream, Dickster, Psykovsky, Ticon, Vibrasphere, Banco De Gaia, Atriohm, Parasense, Shane Gobi, Boom Shankar & many more. He also hosted a weekly show called Oscillator on Radio Deea, the first romanian radio fully dedicated to electronic dance music.
Over the years he performed at many events, from big festivals to small underground gatherings or private parties, in numerous locations and venues across Europe in countries like Hungary, England, Portugal, Austria, Norway, Serbia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Republic of Moldova, Crimea, Romania.