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Anderson Noise
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Position: 
54

Questions Top100 DJs 2007 - admin - 2015-06-30 17:20

Style: 
Techno/minimal/house/tech-house.
Best known for: 
Being the pioneer of techno in Brazil and having a weekly TV and radio programme.
Tune of the year: 
Staffan Linzatti 'Quibble'
Producer of 2007: 
Paco Osuna.
Breakthrough DJ/Producer of 2007: 
Mixhell
Your musical inspiration: 
Samba, funk, disco, Sex Pistols and Kraftwerk.
Best festival on the planet: 
Skol Beats, Brazil
Best bit of kit: 
I played a party on top of a mountain in the countryside of Sao Paulo. The wind was so strong that it blew away the tent where I was supposed to play. But I carried on and people were going crazy, partying and having a great time in spite of the circumstances.
What tune makes you cry: 
Two turntables, a mixer and great company to travel with me.
Naughtiest thing you've done this year: 
I heard the conductor and concert pianist Joao Carlos Martins playing 'Eu Sei Que Vou Te Amar'. I was really moved but I didn't cry.

Brazilian techno pioneer Anderson Noise is witnessing a sea change in his native country. With electronic music undergoing a renaissance in Brazil, Noise is undoubtedly one of its architects, having been a tireless techno advocate as DJ, promoter of the Club Noise events, and broadcaster with his weekly online TV show, TV Noise.
"Techno was hidden for a while but now it seems to be growing again," reckons Noise.

Noise has been putting in the work this year, with many notable gigs under his belt.
"The live broadcast in real time of [fellow Brazilian techno head] Gui Boratto's 'Chromophobia' album at the release party at D-Edge Club, which was broadcasted on TV Noise, was great; and playing again at The End, in London, and at The Rex, in Paris, were definite highlights."

Noise is also one of the most important acts in the genesis of Brazil's electronic music fest Skol Beats, and in the future he'll continue to raise his empire to ever louder frequencies, with his Noise Music stable dropping quality release after quality release.

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