Last seen working under a Montmartre apartment in Paris enjoying a quiet evening with a glass of wine in hand, the guy that once fabricated wide nu-discoish and synth-pop anthems as Happy Robot, Will Be and most recently Salvaje, is all set to take part on a new venture by exploiting his craftsmanship on the synths. He's getting ready to ignite the dancefloors. He's getting ready to pursue an action-packed sound of filled with finesse techno lines, absorbing lyrics and pulsating drum constructions. The original Bufi hasn't lost a dime of imagination and magic over his production skills, and now under his new alter-ego Theus Mago, tenders us some polished and mature chunks of luscious techno that will pump the nights for the party people out there looking for uncommon elan tech tracks. Theus Mago is not alone on this new adventure through Never Stop Music, as friends and fellows shared this experience by recreating No Money the first track from the EP. With a murky and gloomy sound, Max Jones, one part of Los Mekanikos, and about release his first EP on Correspondant begins the odyssey of remixes, followed by Motorik founders CSMNT61 with a rave-machine impression of the track, and from the corners of Paris, same place where Theus Mago is residing now, Idir, with tracks coming out on fellow labels Clouded Visions and Days of Being Wild closes the EP with a mastery pumping tune. Behold how Theus Mago is born, drop him a line, cheer him up and follow the turn arounds of this newcomer, old-known friend of us.