He is passionate about story telling. His lyrics are poetic, spiritual and sometimes socially critical. His music is influenced by styles such as bossanova, pop, flamenco and Spanish folk music. Despite having played in numerous bands and having composed many songs, it was not until 2004, that he recorded his first demo: “Escuela de normales” (School of normals). Later he surrounded himself with up to 10 musicians to record his second album, "13 vientos” (13 winds), an album that he performed live in numerous places and theaters in Spain. Later, he moved to Barcelona, where he met musicians who participated in his third recording: “Tú eres yo” (Yo are me). In 2009 Javier returned to Malaga, where he recorded his fourth album: “Genética del fuego” (Genetics of fire). Later he began to develop his most ambitious work to date: “La Primavera nunca miente (“Spring never lies”), an album which involved 17 musicians. It was recorded between Malaga and Barcelona. The album was produced at Tesla Records of Guadalajara (Mexico) by Sergio Cascales.