Biography

Born November 13th, 1982 in Quebec City, Canada, Alexai Momo DJ/Producer/Artist.

Grew up in the UK Community from Los Angeles, California, with his Mexican Blood Culture (Mexican Parents) and inner Azteca Feelings, love for simple drum rhythms and echoes took him to the beginning of music history.. Started at an early age when he began DJing for fun… friend parties… raves…

During the summer of 2000 he created “EH Electronica”, a small three level underground event featuring house and trance spun by DJ Shock, DJ David Frank and himself.

Shortly after that, when he just turned 18, a friend introduced him to Rick Ammarth and East Mckenzie and EH02 was born. They were in a band together for several years and needed a new injection from a DJ/Producer and the rest is history…

Alexai first entered a recording studio in early 2003 to produce a DJ mix entitled “Session EH”, a techno/house compilation.

Between 2001 and 2003, he created his own studio, UniKo Studio located in Los Angeles, Ca. Underground Circle.

Alexai has also featured in the mix on various shows including Radio 109.7 UK E-Sensation “Love Dance Paaaarty” and the Intolerance Mix.

Alexai Momo’s primary musical influences around this time included Renegade Sound Wave, Jerry Bonham, Paul Oakenfold, BT, John Graham (Quivver), Paul Van Dyk, The Chameleons, Carl Cox.

Alexai Momo “SnowMan” has also played alongside the likes of world renown DJs such as Tiesto, Mauro Picotto, Disciple, Carl Cox, Robbie Rivera, Julius Papp and Roy Davis JR,Sasha, Sander Kleinenberg, Richie Hawtin just to name a few.

If you have never seen Momo perform live then you haven’t lived. Seven Magazine managed to experience the magic:

“Momo is alone on stage, jumping and humping his desk, unrolling a vast set of densely packed Techno House, and the Dutch kids absolutely love him. Tom’s energy is focused energy – he knows the game on stage, he’s played between The Primals and The Prodigy – and is genuinely transported when he’s up there, controlling the crowd. Like listening to the Chemicals live, you have to surrender yourself to the sound to fully appreciate what’s going on.”