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Nemo
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Music for the ELECTRONIC MASSES!
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Nemo - Pacific
Peak in sub-genre #13
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Nemo - WhirlWind
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Nemo - A Moment In Time
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Nemo - Psychedelia
Peak in sub-genre #15
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Nemo - Motivation
Peak in sub-genre #21
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Nemo - Dark Moon
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Nemo - Harsh Echoes
Peak in sub-genre #10
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Nemo - Euphoria
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Nemo - Utopia
Peak in sub-genre #7
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Neon
Peak in sub-genre #47
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Starlight
Peak in sub-genre #10
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Soundscape to Another Life
Peak in sub-genre #53
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Fragment
Peak in sub-genre #29
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Tech Tronic Elements
Peak in sub-genre #15
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Station
Peak in sub-genre #40
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Whirlwind
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Etheral Exsistence
Peak in sub-genre #52
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City Lights
Peak in sub-genre #23
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Jetset Machine
Peak in sub-genre #8
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Desert Light
Peak in sub-genre #47
Race To Mars
"Nemo" is one mind with amny ideas of incorporating all subgenres of electronic under one banner for the masses. But really likes to just groove.
Band/artist history
My first expierence with electronic music was in the mid-80's when I walked into a local record shop (yes they sold vinyl records and still do) and the clerk was playing FRONT 242. I was so blown away by the sounds that I heard I bought the tape. and a couple others right away. the music I was into though were Hardcore Punk and Heavy Metal with some classic rock. These influences came mainly from my mom who was the closest thing I knew to be a hippie. So I took up the guitar like so many of my generation of men did. Then discovered my real love of the bass after hearing Cliff Burton belt out "Anesthesia(Pulling Teeth)". I played in several bands, mainly garage bands before 1990. Now officially Electronica had not hit Bakersfiled, CA (a small city of about 250,000 2 hours north of L.A.). so I was stuck with just FRONT 242 with a little of Mike Oldfield and Gorgio Moredor, till I joined the Army in 1990. I was shipped overseas in 1991 to Heidelberg Germany, where I really discovered what synth and analog and driving bass were. I frequented a club called Blue Fish in Heidelberg and caught glimpse of many of the live techno Producers/DJs using Korg and Roland synths and turntables hooked into a couple of little Macs and few other machines and it blew my mind once again to the sound they could make. I then got caught up in the wave and me and my friend Paul formed MD 20/20 ( after one night geting drunk on Mad Dog). We bought several pieces of equipment and started playing the Blue Fish and the Tech Clubs around Heidelberg and Mannheim. After leaving Germany in 1993 I came back to the states to start several projects including club and house DJing.
Have you performed in front of an audience?
I use to. With bands and as a DJ. But a few years back all my gear was stolen, tables, vinyl the works. So I had hung it up, now just a producer.
Your musical influences
Orbital, U96, 808 State, Utah Saints ,Early LA style, Dust Brothers, Genuine Childs, DJ Spooky, Junior Vasquez, Front 242, alot of funk from the 70s, and many underground artists (they have the coolest stuff)
What equipment do you use?
Me and my Electronic Dreams
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