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College-aged tech warrior from Dover, Delaware by way of Seattle, Washington NO SIR E has been moving and shaking basements, clubs, art galleries, and bars for several years with no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Gargantuan in stature, standing at a very intimidating 6'8" tall, E is a fresh face in shattering the stereotypical image of your average electronic musician. He is one of the brainchildren of minimalist controller pioneer Brian Crabtree who developed the open source controller "Monome". Wielding 2 in possession, a la LA's most dapper dandyist Daedelus, E delivers a physically provocative display of collaging eccentric low-end beats with an impressive collection of riffs and melodies both familiar and unfamiliar while creating a dazzling visual spectacle of flickering lights and nimble finger work.
Originally a Music Composition major at the University of Delaware, NO SIR E drifted away from the rigid curriculum of the academic teachings of music in order to come up with a more personal sound. In 2009 he played along the likes of many Monome greats like Edison, Daedelus, and tehn at the Princeton Monomeet.
2010 saw greater moves being made with the release of the demo Probably.Maybe.Not Really and sharing the stage with LA's own 2mex and Ikey Owens from the Mars Volta.
2011 saw the debut release of the Enabler EP leading to a slew of live performance dates in Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Manhattan, and New Jersey.
With 2012 in full effect and show dates for SXSW, NYC, and Philadelphia already destroyed, we can only imagine where this guy's gonna end up next.