The spanish duo from La Mancha has captured the attention of industry heavyweight curators since their debut on Dirtybird Records with their EP “Mude Tod” late in 2015. Their melodic deep house sound covered with sultry vocals has characterized enigmatic tracks like “Murnau” released under German techno label Kittball Records and “Crosses and Angels” through Guy Mantzur’s Plattenbank Records with a remix by Guy J. The track was selected to be in Tomorrowland’s 2016 CD compilation with their appearance on Belgium’s megafestival scheduled for July 22 on the Cubanisto Stage.

After launching last October, Lopezhouse has since been on the road through their native Spain and recently completing a PR Tour in Mexico together with Sugel Gamal and Residencia Gorila. The tour started in Mexico City’s landmark Rodhesia Social Club on May 20th, followed by an intense booking and audiovisual effort in collaboration with Gorila, an artist’s’ studio and residence located on the Tulum beach, that produced 3 live sets, several interviews, a music video and mixed media content during their 10-date engagement around the Maya Riviera, presenting both their DJ and live set acts in various stages.

While in Tulum, the duo completed their most recent EP which includes “See The Line” and “Encrypted Name” in collaboration with their Spanish colleague Affkt, released through Exploited Records. The track includes vocals by their secret weapon, Angela, bringing a dark undertone to the elegantly mixed tracks. After Tomorrowland, the duo has engagements on both sides of the ocean, EP releases and a few other surprises that will pile on the short and already exceptional trajectory of Lopezhouse.