The style and essence of Abe Andon comes from a long journey that started in the 80s. He began experimenting with different instruments at an early age, which include the guitar, piano, and bass. The 80s vibe was the learning grounds for Abe, who later evolved to a new rhythm that is now called Techno/Trance. By the time Abe was 16 he had his first synthesizer and became addicted to the effects and sounds that he was able to create. He has been creating music for over eight years, and has always pushed his musical limits to the max. In the winter of 2002, Abe entered and won the famous Bacardi Be the DJ Contest, an event that was viewed worldwide via the Internet. Thousands of people signed up for the contest and submitted their tracks. When Abe won the contest it really opened up a lot of doors to the possibilities to go even further with his music. The first prize was a full day at a professional recording studio in Washington DC with the professional producer Holmes Ives. At the studio Abe learned a lot about recording and editing music, as well as learning the basics on building a personal studio. Thanks to the help of Holmes Ives, Abe was able to return home and create a home studio to start recording his original tracks. He loves spending time creating new tracks and editing his work. He is currently promoting his tracks on his website and also trying to create a marketing package for his CD. The new CD release 'In Flight', was inspired by the time spend in flight between Los Angeles and Texas. He produced a few tracks using his mobile studio, and continued his worked in Los Angeles at a professional studio, as well as his home studio in Texas. Abe also got some guidance and suggestions from well-known music producers and Djs, such as D: Fuse, and Paul Oakenfold. The journey has been a long and rough one, but Abe is not over yet, he continues to drive forward and push his musical limits.