Dudu Aram began studying music at age 9 and producing music in 1999 and his career is divided in between producer and DJ.
He has been djing in Brazil since 2001, under the name “Ali Disco B” and/or “Killer on The Dancefloor”, at many clubs, open air parties and at the biggest Brazilian Festivals such Rock in Rio, SWU, Planeta Atlantida, Exxxperience and 1200 Festival, sharing the line ups with big names such Justice, Digitalism, Mixhell, Steve Aoki, N.A.S.A., Metallica, Boyz Noise, MSTKRFT, The Crystal Method, The Egg and others. Another performances to be considered was the opening for The Prodigy Concert in 2009 and for Moby in 2010, for crowds of 20.000 people each and the performance at Roger Waters V.I.P. area at “The Wall Tour 2012”.
As a producer is becoming a well reputaded professional, acting in Brazil and U.S.A. markets.
Was nominated by MTV as the best electronic music artist of 2010 at Video Music Brasil Awards (VMB); the best Brazilian electronic music producer in Brazil 2010 by DJ MAG BRAZIL, won 3 years in a row for the best radio programme on OI FM by DJ MAG BRAZIL (2008, 2009 and 2010).
Was the former member and producer of the project Killer on the dancefloor, but left the group recentely because of his permanent staying at Los Angeles, where he composes tracks for the Hollywood film industry. His latest movie was “The Host” by Sony Pictures, from Stephen Meyer (the same writer’ of “Twilight” saga) in collaboration with the talented Brazilian composer Antonio Pinto, known for works like “City of God” and “Senna.”
Has produced various artists counting 4 albums, 16 EP, s 12 collections. Some of his recent jobs are productions with N.A.S.A. (a hip hop group based in Los Angeles), Maximum Hedrum (Los Angeles), co-‐production of the closure ceremony track of the London Olympic Games, 2012, soundtracks for TV shows and advertisements.
More information at: http://alidiscob.com/