He writes music that draws from a range of influences and has never been shy to show where his tastes lie, constantly sharing artists that he loves from Selena to Bad Brains —a clashing blend you can only expect from a Fat Tony show. A master of soliloquy, he is able to captivate audiences with his unique raw energy, like this is the last show he will ever perform — or you will ever see.
Before the pandemic. we could find him hosting parties all over the world, from Fashion Week after-parties in Paris to curating monthly events in Mexico City. During quarantine, he started live-streaming DJ sets on Instagram, curing us of our starvation for live shows. While the pandemic’s long term impact on music remains to be seen, he hopes for a new world, one that approaches music differently by being more appreciative. Already envisioning what comes next, he puts nothing out of reach — or as unattainable, while he continues to push boundaries with a renewed sense of purpose.