DJ et producteur
A.Mochi is one of Len Faki’s label Figure’s central artists based in Tokyo. He has been the first japanese artist to ever hold 5 tracks among the top 10 selling tracks on Beatport techno chart. He has been releasing 12 inch from the labels such as “Hardsignal”, “Tremors” since 2006. In 2007, he released 2 EPs from Luke Slater’s labal “Mote-Evolver”. In 2008, he released two 12 inch vinyls from Alex Bau”s label “Kumo”, and released tracks from Francois K.’s “Wave Tec”. Then, also in 2008, he released “Battry EP” from “Figure” the label of Len Faki who is the resident DJ of the best club in the world, Berghain. This EP has been played by many top DJs around the world. In 2009, “Black Out EP” on “Figure” received great response from all over the world. He also released his critically acclaimed debut album “Primordial-Soup” in 2010. He worked on remix for Len Faki’s “Death By House/Cocoon” and also remix for techno classics of “Dave Clarke’s Wisdom To The Wise(Red2)/BoysNoize”. There are original tracks coming up from great labels such as “Figure”. He is now “Unstoppable”. As mentioned, he works on many remixes, too. In addition to remixes on “Cocoon Recording” and “A-Wave”, there are releases on various labels such as Dubfire’s “Sci+Tec”, “Figure”.
A. Mochi has released more than ten 12 inches original and remixes combined so far. Also, he has worked on Chris Liebing’s “CLR Podcast”. He is one of the few artists from Japan who receives attentions from techno scene around the world. His signature “Strong and Heavy” sound has been supported by world-class DJs and getting positive responses. He performed at WIRE festival,Japan which is organized by Takkyu Ishino in 2010 and 2012. He has toured Europe, Asia several times and he peformed at Berghain Berlin, Solar Weekened Festival,Netherland, Nordik Impakt Festival,France and Switzerland, Los Angeles, Taiwan, Korea, China. A. Mochi is the Japanese producer who makes the sound of today in the world of techno and shaking the scenes around the world. You won’t regret remembering his name.