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Pioneer "is one that first opens or discover paths through unknown regions."
The career of DJ and producer Anderson Noise is a pioneer in electronic music from Brazil. Born in Belo Horizonte, Noise started slowly, as is the custom in his region, but never stopped to take some steps toward success.
In 1988, during the explosion of Acid House, started DJing in his hometown. Passionate about the profession, he often said that the role of DJ is move people. Followed by producing their own events from 1992, making room in the state capital for the proliferation of the electronic scene, still embryonic in place.
There were more than 40 parties produced, many in places like mental hospitals, shopping malls, car dealerships and historic buildings. The "Noise Family" became an institution, since in the event not only Anderson was involved. Mamma Noise, the mother of the DJ in person, was the hostess of the parties. Later Alvinho L Noise was excited with the turntables and boiled the dance floor next to his brother.
His first CD compilation, "Paralisia Cerebral"was released in 1996, while the dream of producing his own music became reality in the talented hands of Noise. In 1997 he was invited to include "Shantytown" in the "Electronic Music Brazil" the first CD of 100% national of the genre, released by Sony-Mercado Mundo Mix.
Without fear of expanding his horizons, Noise promoted the first trio elétrico "Truck with a mobile sound system" with electronic music in 1999 in Carnabelô Carnival out of season Mineiro, and became mandatory attendance in subsequent years. Without knowing it, acquiring the experience to face an even greater challenge playing on electric trio of singer Daniela Mercury, during Carnival in Salvador in 2002.
The DJ stand for something besides records, awards, won in 97 "Distinction Underground" by the magazine "DJ Sound." Both times that this category existed in the award, Anderson was the winner. Are there trophies for best producer and best DJ of techno music for the prize "Night Illustrated" Erika Palomino from the newspaper "Folha de Sao Paulo"; Sparks Trophies, prize won in 3 consecutive years, offered by the newspaper "O Estado Mine "for those who waved the mining scene, so that Anderson had turned into hors-concours. In the year 2003 was highlighted by Cool Awards, awards, in 2004, gave the award for best DJ.
Anderson's career as a DJ and producer went from strength to strength. He participated in all major national events. At the festival Skol Beats was present in all editions since the first, ending the 2003 edition of apotheosis. Also participating in the electronic music tent at Rock In Rio in 2000. That was the year that his second compilation CD called "Outubro", with some tracks produced by his label "Noise Music". The label started in 1999 with the intention of bringing the world the music produced here, as in his words: "We always bought the music and the gringos gringos do not have any of our. It was music quality produced in Brazil to show to the world. "
In 2001 he became a resident of the night Headstart at Turnmills club in London, integrating a select group of Brazilian DJs that arose in the pool. While playing outside of Brazil shared the stage with great international names who came to the country. One is impressed with the quality of mining and DJ led out into the world. Carl Cox, one of the best DJs in the world, was impressed with the strength of Anderson Noise the first time they played in Brazil: "Anderson is very talented. He played with me a few times before, sometimes after. He also has his own label, Noise Music. They're good - too good to ignore. "In the 2001 copy of the" 2001 TOP 100 DJ Mag ", Cox classified Anderson as the future" DJ Hero. "
His third CD compilation came out in 2002 to please the Brazilian public. "Noisemusic Compilation 100% Mix Anderson Noise" was released by a major label, bringing all the songs the label Noise Music mixed by Anderson an awesome set list. The album was well received in Brazil and abroad, to the point of calling the attention of Trevor Rockcliffe, owner of Mentor, respected British label, who heard the material and just wanted to release "Do It Yourself" by his label. Noise was also 2002 that launched his radio show, RADIO NOISE, hosted on your site, with weekly programs.
In 2003, Anderson was invited by DJ Magazine, one of the worlds most respected publication dedicated to electronic music for his fourth CD, "DJ World Series - Anderson Noise." In a series of five records that the magazine released, where each DJ, representing a continent, made an album with productions of his country. Anderson was chosen to represent Latin America.
Since then, his international career only grew Noise: participated in international festivals from Dance Valley, Homelands, Creamfields, Sonar, Exit, Rock In Rio Lisbon, Nokia Trends, SAMC, Knebworth Ministry of Sound. His performances earned him the world the opportunity to play in Germany, Argentina, Bolivia, Canada, China, Chile, Colombia, South Korea, Ecuador, Scotland, United Arab Emirates, Spain, United States, France, Holland, England, Ireland, Japan, Malaysia, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Czech Republic, Serbia and Montenegro, Switzerland, Thailand, Taiwan, Uruguay and Venezuela. His songs and albums were released by international labels AFULAB, Audio, Music Circle, disappeared Here, Eukatech, Harthouse, Jericho, Lo Kik, Mentor, Missile, Molecular Pild, Primate, Really Really Big Records, Sleaze, Spectrum & Teggno and ride the world.
His fifth CD is innovative for the Brazilian public, "Anderson Noise Live @ Skol Beats 04" is the first nationwide electronic music CD recorded live during his presentation in one of the largest festivals of its kind in Latin America. And Anderson's relentless, he released a DVD of the first Brazilian DJ "Brazilian Love Affair", which can follow the national gigs Anderson, the clubs where it is resident.
In 2005 the TV NOISE Noise created in conjunction with Toro products, with weekly programs, in which the clubs DJ shows, parties and festivals in which plays in Brazil and worldwide.
In 2006 the second time the DJ ended the Skol Beats, the main festival of Latin America and was considered by DJ Magazine, a top 100 DJ, entering as the No. 79 ranking.
In 2007 Anderson Noise again put the name of Brazil in the ranking of the top 100 DJs of the world's most popular DJ MAG, this time in the 54 ° position. Also his song "Man-Dog" went on the trail of the film commented, "The Past", directed by Hector Babenco.
In 2008, the DJ launched nine EPs and was invited by Spanish club La Terrazza to compile its annual CD which had the partnership of German Circle Music label. Noise also re-appear in the Top 100 DJ DJ MAG, this time as 26 of the ranking, being the only Brazilian DJ to keep the list for 3 years and which achieved the best ranking to date.
In the first week of 2009 Anderson Noise released their second DVD, the "Connection 1969," the first documentary about a DJ basileiro, along with his seventh CD compilations of the "NOISE CONNECTION", all of it with own productions, remixes and unreleased mixes. That same year, participated in its DVD 10 edition of FILE International Festival of Electronic Language. Anderson was also voted the number 1 DJ by DJ magazine in the country BRAZIL MAG
Also in 2009 Anderson Noise was invited by João Carlos Martins to start the project, Anderson Noise and John Carlos Martins in Concert with the Philharmonic Orchestra Bachiana, which resulted in an exciting concert combining electronic music and classical music in the room São Paulo.
Currently a resident of Anderson Noise Clash Club (Sao Paulo), Deputamadre (Belo Horizonte) and D-Edge (Sao Paulo)
For him, there is no limit that can not be exceeded. Thing who is creative and pioneering.
Text Renata Simões
Radio Noise 461 playlist:
Valle Zoo - Calango
DJ Simi - Green Twister (Danilo Vigorito Remix)
Nuria Ghia - Nuna (Someone Else Remix)
Ittetsu - Toredo
Keith John - Sixela
D-Nox - My Life (Luis Nieva Remix)
Lazy M - Warehouse (Android Cartel Remix)
Anderson Noise - Machines Must Die (Claudio Climaco Remix)
Denis A - Sith (Mays & Patrique Remix)
Monofon - Sector A
Deepgroove - Atlas (Hermanez Remix)
Oliver Klein - My Definition
Per Hammar - Longo (M.in Dub Version)