Pioneer of the Drum and Bass movement of South America, Eduardo Laforgia, just like Tim Roth in Reservior Dogs was baptized Orange. With time his he was dubbed the Bad Boy of Buenos Aires, as he refused to play the "good boy" and injected local dancefloors with the down and dirty basslines of jungle in the 90's when house and techno were the mainstream. Today he continues to fight the current, keeping locals up to date on the most avante garde of contemporary Drum and Bass and gaining international fame for his long running party +160 with its constant showcase of the best Djs on the scene. He's been mackin the dj booth since he was 16, and today his experience shows. His faithful devotion has to Drum & Bass is a godsend to the genre and a blessing to those who habitat his dancefloor.