While his time in music school, Dan González (aka Chirimoyo) was drawn by the urban and traditional music of his surroundings in México. The genres of Son Jarocho, cumbia, funk and rock complemented his musical training.
It was after graduating that his interest for synthesizers and electronic music grew; opening a whole world of sonic possibilities. These new elements were integrated into his instrumental compositions giving rise to his style in which latin and electronic music coexist. Chirimoyo was born to give space to experimentation and to create a bridge between popular and academic music.