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DJ Nu-Mark

DJ Nu-Mark
DJ Nu-Mark performing live.
Background information
Birth name Mark Potsic
Origin Los Angeles, California
Genres Hip hop
Occupation(s) Producer, DJ
Instruments Sampler
Years active 1994–present
Labels Hot Plate Records, Up Above Records, Sequence Records, Mochilla, Delicious Vinyl
Associated acts Jurassic 5, Pomo, Slimkid3
Website .com.unclenuwww
Notable instruments
Akai MPC[1]

Mark Potsic, better known by his stage name DJ Nu-Mark,[2] is an American hip hop producer and DJ.[3] He is a member of Jurassic 5,[4] as well as the owner of Hot Plate Records.[5] He has collaborated with and produced for a variety of artists across different genres, including J-Live, Aloe Blacc, Charles Bradley, and Bumpy Knuckles, among others.[6]

In 2004, the Hands On mixtape was released on Sequence Records.[7] In 2012, DJ Nu-Mark released the album titled Broken Sunlight on Hot Plate Records.[8] In 2014, Slimkid3 & DJ Nu-Mark, his collaborative album with Slimkid3, was released on Delicious Vinyl.[9]

2002 in Hamburg/Germany with J5

Contents

  • Discography 1
    • Studio albums 1.1
    • Mixtapes 1.2
    • EPs 1.3
    • Singles 1.4
    • Productions 1.5
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Discography

Studio albums

  • Blend Crafters Volume One (2004) (with Pomo)
  • Broken Sunlight (2012)
  • Slimkid3 & DJ Nu-Mark (2014) (with Slimkid3)

Mixtapes

  • Hands On (2004)
  • Take Me with You (2011)

EPs

  • Broken Sunlight Series 1 (2012)
  • Broken Sunlight Series 2 (2012)
  • Broken Sunlight Series 3 (2012)
  • Broken Sunlight Series 4 (2012)
  • Broken Sunlight Series 5 (2012)
  • Broken Sunlight Series 6 (2012)

Singles

  • "Chali 2na Comin' Thru" b/w "Brand Nu Live" (2004)
  • "Imagine" (2004) (with Pomo)
  • "Lola" b/w "Unwind" (2004) (with Pomo)
  • "Oyá Indeburê" b/w "Tough Break" (2013)
  • "Our Generation" (2013)
  • "Bom Bom Fiya" b/w "Bouillon" (2014) (with Slimkid3)
  • "I Know, Didn't I" b/w "No Pity Party" (2014) (with Slimkid3)
  • "King" b/w "Let Me Hit" (2014) (with Slimkid3)

Productions

References

  1. ^ Muklashy, Wasim (July 1, 2014). "DJ NU-MARK".  
  2. ^ Falcone, Jon (July 10, 2013). I have to think about how I can remain relevant" - DiS meets Jurassic 5""".  
  3. ^ Li, Christina (September 12, 2013). "Jurassic 5's DJ Nu-Mark on the Search for Rare Records and Playing With Toys".  
  4. ^ Fragassi, Selena (July 24, 2014). "Jurassic 5 rekindles the magic with reunion tour".  
  5. ^ Johnsen, Homer (September 5, 2012). "DJ Nu-Mark Talks Releasing "Broken Sunlight" Album In Multiple Parts, Working With TiRon & Ayomari".  
  6. ^ Martinez, George; Abitia, Nick; Otis, Erik (January 27, 2014). "Q&A with DJ Nu-Mark of Jurassic 5". Sound Colour Vibration. 
  7. ^ Braidwood, Stefan (May 18, 2004). "DJ Nu-Mark: Hands On".  
  8. ^ Melocoton, Erwin (January 17, 2013). "DJ Nu-Mark: Broken Sunlight".  
  9. ^ Raymer, Miles (September 3, 2014). "Watch hip-hop vets DJ Nu-Mark and Slimkid3's 'I Know, Didn't I' video".  

External links

  • Official website
  • DJ Nu-Mark discography at Discogs
  • Rebel Radio EP 2: DJ Nu-Mark provides an important lesson on why sticking to your creative craft is key
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