Motomo315

New York, United States of America

Motomo315 Bio:
DJ/Producer Motomo315

Started DJing when he was 13 years old after going to a Sweet 16 and seeing a real DJ. As the natural progression of a DJ happens, with those who have the passion, he evolved into a producer, and began brewing his studio sound over 14 years ago in 1995, with his underground, bootleg Much Betta Man, a track, paying homage to Pearl Jams – Better Man. He followed up with another late night/early morning hit Monk-e-Dreams getting him signed to Junior Vasquez’s record label, Parodox Records, as the first artist signed to the label. He then went even deeper and darker with the original track I Want You on Eightball records.

His discography includes collaborations with Kim English, Inya Day, Reina, Loletta Holloway, Brainbug, Abigail, Cher, Connie Harvey, Loni Clark, Cry At The Discotech, Richard Humphrey to name a few. C’Mon and Dance was yet another bootleg smash, original tracks include Dream Drums, Your Time Is Up (Split Embryo), Fuzzy Wublizz, and Hypnotsim – Nervous Records.

Motomo315’s sounds were a staple in the NYC underground dance clubs of NYC from 1995 into the 2000’s, getting nod’s and plays from Junior Vasquez, Danny Tenaglia, Victor Calderone, Peter Rauhofer, Johnny Vicious, Jonathan Peters, Razor n’ Guido, Hex Hector…

“I think I can say this for any “real DJ”, once a DJ, always a DJ. I don’t think it ever really leaves you. House music still runs through my veins” After years of being away from the Tech 1200’s, house music has summoned him back into buying tracks and back into the studio. Tech House is where his head is at now. “I think I’ve made up my own categories while organizing what I’m buying. My folders consist of House, Deep House, Funky Tech, Vocal Tech, Speak Tech, Instrumental Tech, Hard Tech, Minimal Tech and Techno, some are legit, but I think I made a few up, LOL”

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Motomo315 Bio:
DJ/Producer Motomo315

Started DJing when he was 13 years old after going to a Sweet 16 and seeing a real DJ. As the natural progression of a DJ happens, with those who have the passion, he evolved into a producer, and began brewing his studio sound over 14 years ago in 1995, with his underground, bootleg Much Betta Man, a track, paying homage to Pearl Jams – Better Man. He followed up with another late night/early morning hit Monk-e-Dreams getting him signed to Junior Vasquez’s record label, Parodox Records, as the first artist signed to the label. He then went even deeper and darker with the original track I Want You on Eightball records.

His discography includes collaborations with Kim English, Inya Day, Reina, Loletta Holloway, Brainbug, Abigail, Cher, Connie Harvey, Loni Clark, Cry At The Discotech, Richard Humphrey to name a few. C’Mon and Dance was yet another bootleg smash, original tracks include Dream Drums, Your Time Is Up (Split Embryo), Fuzzy Wublizz, and Hypnotsim – Nervous Records.

Motomo315’s sounds were a staple in the NYC underground dance clubs of NYC from 1995 into the 2000’s, getting nod’s and plays from Junior Vasquez, Danny Tenaglia, Victor Calderone, Peter Rauhofer, Johnny Vicious, Jonathan Peters, Razor n’ Guido, Hex Hector…

“I think I can say this for any “real DJ”, once a DJ, always a DJ. I don’t think it ever really leaves you. House music still runs through my veins” After years of being away from the Tech 1200’s, house music has summoned him back into buying tracks and back into the studio. Tech House is where his head is at now. “I think I’ve made up my own categories while organizing what I’m buying. My folders consist of House, Deep House, Funky Tech, Vocal Tech, Speak Tech, Instrumental Tech, Hard Tech, Minimal Tech and Techno, some are legit, but I think I made a few up, LOL”

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