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Nuno Clam started his career at the early age of 6, with his father, in a rural band where the dream of being a musician started to forge itself.At 12 years he embraces his first musical role as a punk rock drummer, his first real experience in music. A few years later, he started to grow interest for electronic music, attending rave parties and always watching his brother, Sérgio Oliveira, also a Dj, he who had a definitive role in his choice to bet everything in a Dj career and in his ascension as an artist as well as a person.Nuno began playing in local discos and gaining name, public and reputation in the electronic music community and later on, he started working at BimotorDJ, where he was one of the managers of the vinyl import/export of electronic music in Portugal. In the year 2000, the Kaos Records mentor, the late Antonio Cunha, invited Nuno to join Rock's Club, one of the best clubs at the time. This was very important, as this club was the main place for the underground scene, which is where he feels musically at home. In 2002 he recorded the double cd "Funktástica Mix - This is True House Music 2" and also his first original track, "Devotion", released in 2003 on Kaos Records. This was part of the Native ID project, in which he co-worked with his two friends Mike Yost and Danny Theal. This release took his name abroad and made his name a true international one, as it was played and supported by some of the best Dj's in the world, gaining the respect credit from the main magazines in Europe, like DJ Mag UK and others, and featured in several compilationslike "Siddharta (Spirit Of Buddha Bar Vol. 2) by Ravin”, “Rock In Rio Lisboa – Electrónica”, and more. Throughout his career, his skills as a Dj as well as his consistency as a Producer allowed him to play with some of the biggest names on the dance scene as the late Kenny Hawkes (R.I.P.), John Digweed, Little Louie Vega, Green Velvet, Derrick Carter, Tiefschwarz, Lexicon Avenue, Chus & Ceballos, Chicken Lips, Dj Vibe, just to mention a few.In 2005 he was nominated for the category Portuguese Revelation DJ in the Dance Club Awards. In that same year, he joined one of the best Portuguese djs & producers, DJ Jiggy, creating the project called Mitch Boys. Their debut EP, "Understand & Brought Back", released by Aenaria, in 2006, property of Luca Ricci, was the starting point on a consistent international career and, since 2005, due to the hype created around him, he managed to play in France, Switzerland, Spain and Luxembourg. In 2008, again as Mitch Boys, they released “Barbarella”, on Substance Music, the New York label owned by Peter Bailey. This release became a song of worship, especially in New York, receiving a fantastic critique from all the greatest Dj's, gaining so much attention all over the world, they would soon had the privilege of playing at the mythic "Womb " club in Tokyo, Japan. T his was the confirmation of an international adventure and to prove it, he is one of the few artists with an annual residency at that mythic club, a restricted group that features the best artists in the world. It didn't take too long for the second release, a single called “Medicina”, released on the Japanese label, Session Traxx.After a while, Nuno embraced some other projects with great success. Alongside with his brother, Sérgio Oliveira, renowned Dj as well, they created Oliver Brothers, a dynamic duo which quickly earned the respect of their equals as well as the public due to their awesome performances, based on both brothers' exceptional musical background. Confirming his versatility as an artist, under the name of Malcoman, he starts producing some Hip Hop tracks for artists in the Hip Hop scene.In the future, his plans are to keep on playing as much as possible and to embrace even further his Producer career. There are some releases on the way and the aim is to release his first album by next year so, the future looks promising for this portuguese born and based artist with a heart and talent as big as the world!

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