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B Noise

B Noise

B Noise


Born 15th of April 1982 in Harghita, Miercurea Ciuc, Romania Dj B. Noise by his real name Nicolae Barac has started his activity as a dj at the young age of 17 when he was invited to be the dj at an ordinary high school party. Since then, his career as a radio entertainer / radio show producer / dj, will know soon a positive turnover when he became a radio director at the age of 19 and also a resident dj in Flash Dance Club from Miercurea Ciuc. In less than a year from then Read more on Last.fm
Born 15th of April 1982 in Harghita, Miercurea Ciuc, Romania Dj B. Noise by his real name Nicolae Barac has started his activity as a dj at the young age of 17 when he was invited to be the dj at an ordinary high school party. Since then, his career as a radio entertainer / radio show producer / dj, will know soon a positive turnover when he became a radio director at the age of 19 and also a resident dj in Flash Dance Club from Miercurea Ciuc. In less than a year from then, he becomes a resident at No Problem Club from Onesti, where he truly learns to mix, working side by side with Dj. Luigi. He continues his career in radio as a chief editor at Radio Deea Miercurea Ciuc, where he will be the first one who had a house music program named Club Extrem. After 2 years at radio Deea Miercurea Ciuc, he moves to radio Deea Bacau as a program director. Here he will continue his program Club Extreme and also starts his activity as a producer.

The idea of making the Club Extreme program, came from the desire to promote a music style that was less known and listened in Romania Hardstyle. Meanwhile, he continues his activity as a dj, being invited in different clubs from all over the country. In 2003, he and dj C-zar manage to organize for the first time in Moldova, an outdoor event called The House Mission hosted by Marinaru Club. Together they mixed in front of 3000 people. In 2004 he leaves Radio Deea Bacau for Italy and Holland, where he meets the Q Band team. From then on, he becomes the first and only to promote this brand in Romania, the next move being the creation of Q Generation, a project meant to become a promoter and organizer of hardstyle events and not only. In 2005 he plays for the first time out from Romania,in Rome in a small club and after this he returns to Radio Deea Bacau where he will begin this project with the program Q-Generation.

- (www.Qgeneration.go.ro ) In the summer of 2005 he purchases the necessary equipment for his studio and begins producing his first hardstyle plays and remixes. His hardstyle plays were recognized by Q-Dance as being the truly first plays of the hard style genre in Romania. In the autumn of 2005, the Q-generation program moves to Radio Mix FM Bacau. Here, along with the radio work, starts the production of several remixes adopting a new style of music for him Electro music. There for, he produces a remix of the play My Humps of Black Eyed Peas. In the same time he produces another remix of the play No Side Effect signed Dj Adrian Eftimie.

After those two remixes, his work in the studio continues with the production of another two plays: Barac -Che Cazzo Volette and the hardstyle remix of the play Surrender signed Dj Optick. Also, in 2006 he appears on a hardstyle compilation (hard style power Italia) with the play IDMF (B Noise Hard style remix) and continues on producing other remixes for different famous Romanian djs. He also begins with Jay Criss the - 2Players Project, and in short time he becomes a resident in Bahia Club where it can be found today.He also has 2 radio shows Addicted 2 Bass on Radio Dance www.radiodance.ro and Noise level on Radio Pro b www.radioprob.ro Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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