Amon Tobin

Amon Tobin is a Brazilian producer and DJ whose electronic tracks have been featured on the soundtrack of several movies including 'The Italian Job', '21' and 'Divine Intervention'. Born in Rio de Janeiro, he grew up in Europe with several years in Brighton, England and then Montreal, Canada. He began making sample tracks under the name Cujo and in 1997 released the album 'Bricolage' which earned him widespread acclaim. He followed with 'Permutation' (1998) and 'Supermodified' (2000) and his 2002 release 'Out from Out Where' reached number 32 on Billboard's Independent Albums Chart and number 43 on the Heatseekers Chart. 'The Foley Room' went to number 13 on Billboard's Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart in 2007. His music can be heard on many videogames including 'inFamous' and 'Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction' as well as on television show 'Top Gear'. He has toured America, Australia, Europe and Japan and in October 2018 he released the album 'Two Fingers DJ Mix'.

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