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For over a decade Habersham's tour schedule has included performances in major cities across North America and stops at renowned festivals such as San Francisco's Love Parade, the Detroit Electronic Music Festival [DEMF], Miami's Winter Music Conference, and South By South West [SXSW] in Austin, Texas. Globally from Australia to Canada, Mexico to Central and South America, Holland to Hungary, Turkey to Romania, Damon Fonooni's ability to hypnotize and devastate the world's highest profile clubs has left many hot, sweaty messes in his wake.
The thirty year-old Damon Fonooni is showing no signs of slowing down in 2012. Headlining events and festivals alongside the world's most respected talents in Techno & House, including Telefon Tel Aviv, Cocoon's Minilogue, Maetrik aka Maceo Plex, Crosstown Rebel's Sub-Ann, Superfreq Mr. C, Drumcode's Tony Rohr, LTD400's Tim Xavier and Droid's Drumcell, only strengthened his reputation for self-reinvention.
With his focus remaining in the studio, his most recent releases have received praise and plays from Troy Pierce, featuring Habersham's remix of Black Snow in his Resident Advisor July Top Ten Chart, Magda [Items and Things], Audio Injection [Truncate, Droid], Paco Osuna [Mindshake], Alexi Delano [Plus 8, Drumcode] to name a few.
As a composer, producer and audio engineer Fonooni's extensive discography of over 60 original releases and remixes has received accoladeas from clubbers and critics worldwide, garnering unprecedented reviews from media heavyweights BPM, DJ Mag, IDJ, Mixmag, Remix, Urb, 365Mag as well as winning the coveted Best Electronic Act from Atlanta's premier arts, culture and entertainment periodical The Creative Loafing. His works have been featured regularly on BBC Radio One, KissFM Worldwide, Australia's Triple J, and Radio Tilos in Hungary and licensed to over fifteen compilations including EQ's highly respected Balance series and both the Renaissance and Global Underground libraries.