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|Birth name||Omid Nourizadeh|
|Also known as||16B, ORN, Phaser|
|Genres||deep house, tech house, techno, nu disco|
|Occupation(s)||record producer, disc jockey|
|Labels||Alola, Disclosure, SexOnWax, Sony, EyeQ, Hooj Choons, Tsuba, Deconstruction, Tulipa, Stronghouse, Bedrock, Baroque, MOS, GU, BALANCE series|
Omid Nourizadeh (Template:Lang-fa), better known as Omid 16B or 16B, is a British-Iranian electronic music producer/composer and DJ based in London. He is considered one of the creators of the tech house genre.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Omid's parents were Iranian but he grew up in Putney, London. At school he learnt to play guitar and formed a rock band, but after hearing hardcore records played on pirate music stations he began making his own tracks on basic equipment that he had bought. Beginning in 1995, his early house and techno singles were released on his own Alola and Disclosure labels under the names of 16B and Phaser, but they soon attracted the attention of big-name DJs such as Derrick Carter, François Kevorkian and Sasha, and he signed to Sven Väth's Eye Q label to release his debut album Sounds from Another Room in March 1998, which was described by Muzik as "quite breathtaking". In October 2001 Omid released The Witch/Which Equation under the alias of the Sixteen Million Dollar Man. Inspired by Prince initially releasing his Planet Earth album as a covermount with a British newspaper, Omid released his third studio album Like 3 Ears and 1 Eye (Part 1) in a similar manner as a covermount with the November 2007 issue of DJ Mag.
Omid also formed the SOS collective of DJs, consisting of him, Desyn Masiello and Demi. The trio secured a residency at London's Ministry of Sound nightclub, and were asked to produce the club's first mix CD in 2010.
Discography[edit | edit source]
Studio albums[edit | edit source]
As $16 Million Dollar Man
- The Witch/Which Equation (Under the Counter, 2001)
As Omid 16B
- Like 3 Ears and 1 Eye (Part 1) (SexOnWax, 2007)
- Like 3 Ears and 1 Eye (Part 2) (SexOnWax, 2008)
References[edit | edit source]
- "Omid 16b акостира в София". News.bg (in Bulgarian). 8 October 2008. Retrieved 23 April 2012.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
- Murphy, Ben (November 2007). "Stand and Deliver!". DJ Mag. Vol. 4 no. 54. pp. 26–31.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
- Wyatt, Kieran (May 1998). "Review: 16B - Sounds from Another Room". Muzik. p. 72.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
- Barr, Tim (March 1998). "B Listed". The Face.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
- Murphy, Ben (January 2010). "Three's the Charm!". DJ Mag. pp. 24–28.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
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