Xinobi is part of a generation that grew up within the eruption of music blogs, inspired by the do it yourself philosophy. Young Bruno Cardoso always took this very seriously which boosted his career from an early age. In 2017, he relesed his second album, "On The Quiet", presented by the single "Far Away Place". The album tells the story of the many musicians that migrated from punk rock to house music, at the same time that it draws our attention to the way electronic music can also be a way of awakening. After releasing a series of EPs with the Discotexas stamp - “Nervous”, “Work-It-Baby” and “Ministry of Sound” –, Xinobi grew from an underground cult to being able to reach a wider audience. Such idiosyncratic tracks such as “(I Hate The Sound of) Guitars”, “Puma”, “Spend the Night” or the outstanding collaboration with The Lazarusman in “See Me” show us all of his talent and creativity. The remixes, the edits and reworks for artists like SBTRKT, The Avener, John Grant, Toro Y Moi, Nicolas Jaar, Riva Starr, Agnes Obel, Moullinex and Kris Menace only prove Bruno's ability to articulate other people's songs in another universe, his own universe. The most recent example of this is "Fado Para Esta Noite", with Gisela João.