BULBUL, as clubbing percussionist has worked with or shared billing with such Fat boy Slim (UK), Carl Cox (UK), David Getta (FR), Fedde Le Grande (NL), Tiga (CAN) Steve Lawler, Roger Sánchez (USA), John Aquaviva (CAN), David Morales (USA), Nicki Halloween (UK), Frankie Knuckles (USA), Paul Oakenfoald (UK), Dave Seaman (UK), Harry Chou Chou Romero (USA), Alton Miller (USA), Kevin Saunderson (USA), Ben Sims (UK) Blake Baxter (USA), Francesco Farfa (ITL), Jim Masters (UK), David Alvarado (USA), Peter Heller y Terry Farley (UK), Joe T. Vanelli (ITL), Junior Sánchez, Gemini (Usa), Paul Jackson (UK), Smokin Joe (UK), Brendan Russell (UK), Junior Jack y Kid Creme, and spaniards Carlos Jean, JP Candela, César de Melero, Chus, Wally López, Sebas Gamboa, Alfredo, Toni Rox , Angel Molina, Oscar Mulero, Camilo Franco, Toni Verdi, Ismael Rivas, Javi Reina, etc...

Bulbul performed with his shows in clubs and events around the world: Venezuela, Colombia, England, Scotland, Egypt, Netherlands, Germany, Jordan, Greece, Morocco, France, Irleland, Lebanon, Uruguay, Italy, Sweeden, Switzerland, Argentina, Austria, Finland, China, Ucrania, Portugal, Emirates, Rusia, Polonia, Luxemburg, Ibiza (Amnesia, Pachá, Privilege, Space)…


“SENSORMEN” is a coproduction of BULBUL together with the Worldwide known theatre company YLLANA. “SENSORMEN” combines comedy, music, percussion and audiovisual effects. This innovative show is a fusion of YLLANA’s comedy visual theatre and technological performances of four incredible percussionists and multimedia performers.

The “SENSORMEN” are four pseudo-scientists and experts in the world of rhythm, who use different kinds of equipments and sensors to perform absurd experiments and songs.

This is an original way of presenting percussion-based performances that has never been seen before, full of rhythms played on unusual instruments properly created for the show. The public will be surprised by an entertaining choreography, gorgeous characters, and hilarious situations and will actively participate into the show.