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The aura irradiates for the first time in Coimbra.
The body moves to Póvoa de Varzim.
Interferences with a Fender Jazz Bass and with Helder Gonçalves (Clã) as teacher.
First musical approaches with the notion of repetition, noise and experimentation as means of composition, together with Helder Luís and Hugo Lima.
Clockwork (project with Hugo Lima, Carlos Lobo, Pedro Monteiro and Pedro Simões).
Together with Pedro Monteiro, Hugo Lima and Arnaldo Pedro, the first music festival named “Cais do Rock” takes place.
“Blue/Strawberry Star” vinil 7” (recorded at Industria Rock and released by Low-Fly).
Start studying double-bass.
Invitation to play «Guitar Trio», a 100 guitar piece by Rhys Chatham in Coliseu dos Recreios - Lisbon.
Release of CD Clockwork (Low-Fly Records) recorded in 1995 at Industria Rock.
Release of a tribute song to Sonic Boom (spaceman 3) entitled «Yr. Lovely Smile» (Low-Fly Records).
Release of a split single with The Mount Vernon Arts Lab e OMIT, published by EarWorm Records (uk).
Participation in several compilations Garagem and Interferências, by Portuguese independent labels.
Participation in the independent music festival SuperGAT, which took place at Caldas da Rainha, with the subsequent release of a compilation with all the participating bands in the festivalSuperGAT.
Music Project with João Viana and Ricardo Costa, exploring the use of synths, samplers and Atari programming.
The body leaves Portugal and moves into Spain.
The body assumes the aura, creates the concept of the TheGoldenAura, looks back into the past and aims new goals for the future.
AuraLab researches several aspects of audio edition and programming
Creates the first solo project, entitled Magatzem.
Invitation to take part in the project Systemmodular.
New collective work, PhotoSound.
New collective work, Philunderphial.
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