Jaloes is a spanish composer of instrumental music made with piano and computers. Some of his major influences are Wim Mertens, Philip Glass and Yann Tiersen.
"Weather" was his debut album in 2009, with original pieces described as relaxing, melodic, rhythmic and minimalist, built with layers of electronic patterns and repetitive piano chords.
The song "Warming Oceans" is part of his next project, a solo piano album. This song is a protest against ocean temperatures that may influence the weather and climate of our planet.
He was born in 1967 in Almería, Spain, where he grew up listening to lots of eclectic and diverse music from progressive rock to new age. In 1985 he moved to Madrid where he studied telecommunication engineering. Today he is working as an engineer for a living, while learning to play the piano and making and producing his music.
- Jaloes website - Official website