Noon (musician)

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Birth name Mikołaj Bugajak
Also known as Comey, Noon
Born 1979 (age 37–38)
Origin Warsaw, Poland
Genres Trip hop, electro, chiptune, hip hop
Occupation(s) Musician, Producer, DJ
Instruments Sampler/Sequencer, Turntables, Mixer
Years active 1998 - present
Labels Asfalt Records, Teeto Records, Canteen Records
Notable instruments
turntables, synthesizers

Noon is a pseudonym of Polish electronic musician and producer Mikołaj Bugajak. He was born in 1979 in Warsaw, Poland. He began his career with the hip-hop band Grammatik, which in 1998 issued its first EP.

His music evolved from downtempo/ambient grooves to breakbeat electronica. All of Noon’s works are based on vinyl sampling and spiced up with analogue synthesis.[1] He has own home music studio called “33Obroty” where the whole music works are taken place. DJ Twister

One video has been shot for "Studio Games" single from "Studio Games" CD.

His two LP’s with warsaw’s rapper Pezet made him one of Poland’s most respected producers.

Noon's tracks also appeared on UK based Canteen Records and Canadian Launchbox Recordings labels' releases.




  1. ^ Noon at Lastfm

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