Brazil’s Anderson Noise stands today as one of the main reasons electronic music has a home in his country. Influenced by the acid house explosion at the end of the 1980s, Anderson began DJing locally, before becoming responsible for some of the first major dance music events in this region, even throwing parties in a mental institution and the lot of a car dealership.
By the end of the 90s, Anderson was acknowledged as the most talented underground DJ in Brazil and is still a permanent fixture at the country’s principal events, such as the Skol Beats Festival or the electronic tent of Rock in Rio. Since then, an international tour schedule – across every major global clubbing destination – has become a way of life for Noise, who has also garnered strong plaudits from the likes of Carl Cox in support of his skills.
Anderson has a strong release history, including a long running compilation series, a radio show ‘Radio Noise’, a TV show, a collaborative concert with full orchestra alongside Brazil’s renowned classical composer Joao Carlos Martins and he remains the most successful Brazilian artist in the history of DJ Magazine’s Top 100 DJs Poll, attaining #26 in 2008. More than this though, Anderson Noise’s achievements mark him out as an ambassador for electronic music, notably on behalf of Brazil and increasingly also at an international level.
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