Remate is a multi-instrumentalist and composer with a classical formation (having graduated from the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama in Cardiff, UK).
He has released 15 albums over the years, the most recent being Kitasato (2018), an album featuring electronic pieces about female characters from contemporary movies. In 2015, he wrote the original score to Orson Welles' "lost" film "Too Much Johnson", and recently he worked with Spanish director Isabel Coixet for the soundtrack to "El espíritu de la pintura", a documentary about the artist Cai Guo-Qiang (he also wrote the OST for a short by her, an they are working on a TV Serie -Work In Progress...). He wrote as well the OST to 2001 Sparks In The Dark, an original TCM production paying tribute to Stanley Kubrick's classic masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey. Remate will soundtrack TV serie "Vota Juan" (Mediapro, TNT), starring Javier Cámara.
Remate, as a songwriter, has been called "an off-kilter Sufjan Stevens" (The Sunday Times). As a composer of film scores he operates somewhere between the minimalism of Terry Riley and La Monte Thorton Young, classical music, and electronica. He is currently mainly working in film and television.