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Since being introduced to the electronic music scene around the change of the millennium, Meeko has grown a true passion for a wide variety of electronic music. Some of Meeko’s biggest influences are: The Chemical Brothers, John Digweed, Dirty Bird, Drumcode, Maetrik, Thievery Corporation, Sable Sheep, Reset Robot, Christopher Lawrence, Morcheeba, and Joris Voorn. The experience of watching and listening to musical artists perform live is what attracted Meeko to the scene even further, so around 2004, he purchased his first set of turntables and began to learn the basics of DJing. Since then, his musical tastes and performing techniques have evolved, but he still remains true to his roots while staying open-eared to the sounds of the future. Over the past 10 years, Meeko has had the opportunity to share the decks with some very talented DJs (primarily around the Tampa Bay area). It wasn’t until 2010 when he felt that his true artistic abilities were discovered in the form of music production. Brought together by a collaboration of like-minded people, Meeko and Hair Band Drop-Out crossed paths on the DJ circuit and eventually started working on music production together under the moniker, The Oddest Prime. Switching from Propellerhead’s Reason to Ableton Live really connected their minds together in the studio. Influence from both producers is clearly represented in their collaborative work. Over the past 4+ years, The Oddest Prime has experimented with sounds and discovered several useful methods and techniques while gaining priceless amounts of experience and knowledge along the way. A combination of youth, experience, focus, and wisdom has proven to work well for this unexpected duo. They continue to progress and improve with each project. Be on the lookout for original productions and remixes from Meeko, H.B.D., and The Oddest Prime!

You can listen to all of my recorded mixes here: http://www.mixcloud.com/djmeeko/

Meeko / The Oddest Prime   Nick D'Amico, St. Petersburg, FL, United States

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