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Anderson Noise
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Position: 
26

Questions Top100 DJs 2008 - admin - 2015-06-30 17:22

Style: 
Techno and house.
Best known for: 
Being the pioneer of techno and house in Brazil, for being a charismatic DJ, and having a weekly TV and radio programme.
Tune of the year: 
Anderson Noise 'Jonny (Re Dupre Remix)' (Lo Kik)
Producer of 2008: 
Allan Villar, Audion, Asem Shama, Dubfire, Gui Boratto, Rocha & Lewinger and San Schwartz.
First record you ever brought: 
The Clash 'London Calling' (Epic)
Weirdest thing you've seen all year: 
Spending New Year's alone driving from Maresias on the Sao Paulo coast to play at Sirena. The floor was packed and the people were awesome. It was a great way to see in the New Year with so many psyched and cool people.
Top gadget of 2008: 
Traktor Scratch
Your year in five words...: 
It was full of surprises.
Most important thing you've learnt recently: 
There's no substitute for experience and dedication.

A bona fide legend in his native Brazil, Anderson Noise has leapt an epic 28 places this year - no doubt assisted by the influence of our sister publication DJmag Brazil, who've tirelessly championed the techno trooper. It's been a bumper 2008 for Noise, with productions galore and a mix compilation surfacing ('La Terrrazza - Atmospherical Fun Club') for arguably Barcelona's coolest club. "I very much enjoyed mixing a CD for the Spanish club La Terrrazza," he smiles. "It was also really good doing some EP releases for other labels such as Afu- Lab, Circle Music, Harthouse, Lo KiK, Noise Music and Pild Records." But the most pleasing moment for Anderson this year was hearing his son's debut vocal on wax, when their collaboration was used on a movie soundtrack. "The most special thing was to see my track 'Homem-Cachorro', which showcases my son's vocal, on the soundtrack of the film El Passado, directed by Hector Babenco," he affirms. Anderson has plenty of new projects waiting in the wings too, with the second volume of his documentary DVD, 'Brazilian Love Affair', due for release alongside new tracks for Harthouse, Lo Kik, and Noise Music.

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