18:30 — Open EndMartin Eyerer b2b Namito
For more than 30 years, Martin Eyerer has traversed the globe as a DJ and producer. He has over 250 releases on the hottest worldwide labels, from Renaissance, My Favorite Robot, Get Physical, and Rejected to his own imprint Kling Klong.
After moving from Stuttgart to Berlin in August of 2012, Martin and his partners Jade Souaid and Tassilo Ippenberger opened Riverside Studios in the heart of Berlin, now one of the hotspots of its music scene.
Since 2018, Martin focused more on his management side at Riverside Studios, and he started to explore and push collaborations between art and technology. He joined the team at Factory Berlin as a strategic advisor, and he is now pursuing his passion for the intersections between creativity and technology as a CEO. He is excited to play b2b with his old buddy Namito.
Born in November 1971 in Tehran, Iran, Namito grew up in a tranquil middle class family in the Northern part of the city. After the Iranian Revolution, his parents sent him to West Germany for a better future. He quickly developed an enthusiasm for the art of djing, which was so strong that he dropped out of school and in 1989 started a career that has now spanned over three decades.
What first began with DJ gigs in the local, buzzing Berlin techno scene turned international as soon as Namito released his own music productions, and residencies in the best Berlin clubs like Tresor and Sternradio quickly followed.
In recent years, Namito co-produced many other artists, including Marc Romboy and the legendary Grandmaster Flash, with whom he created music for the Netflix show “The Get Down”. In 2019, Namito’s track “Stone Flower” became an international hit, and was the best selling Electronica track of the year on Beatport.
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