Electronic musician

Adolfo Fernández (known under the pseudonym of Yunclas) began his activity in fields far removed from electronic music, playing guitar in different bands within the Asturian hardcore-punk-rock scene.

Years later he discovered electronic music through techno, and after a period playing music by others, under the pseudonym of Yunclas, he began to produce dark and atmospheric techno.

With a punk philosophy, committed to DIY and self-management, he created a non-profit cassette and digital label (Grabaciones Autobombo) with which he has released several albums. He has also recorded with labels in Spain and abroad, such as Nen Recs (Russia), Otomo (Holland), Xtraperlo Records (Madrid) and Marbre Negre (Barcelona). This latest work on Mabre Negre “Tripalium Ligatum” was composed during the residency “El sonido de la Industria” (his second residency at LABoral Centro de Arte), where he moved away from techno to go down more industrial paths, working with field recordings and noise generators.

From this, he has also carried out a project with the Sevillian dancer Ana Arenas, where they mix flamenco foot tapping, industrial noise and noise guitar. He has recorded a work called “Luddita” on the Barcelona label Zona Watusa.