Founder and lead singer of the Mallorca rock band L.A. Since its formation in 2004, the band has released nearly a dozen albums, the first three of which were through his own label Dreamville Records. Before LA, he played drums in the prominent Spanish band The Nash.
His music career began when he started playing the drums for The Green Cherries in 1994. He left them to start drumming for Los Valendas.
From 2013 his band moved to a more raw rock sound, influenced by American 90's bands such as Pearl Jam, Matthew Sweet and Death Cab For Cutie. In 2017, however, he decided to return to the sounds and styles from his native Mallorca.
He had a child in 2013.
His 2013 album Dualize was produced by Richard Swift.