Silent Servant

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John Juan Mendez, who records as Silent Servant, is an American techno DJ and producer.[1]

Born in Central America,[1] he was brought up in Los Angeles, where he grew up listening to The Smiths, The Cure, New Order, My Bloody Valentine and Sonic Youth; and started DJing at the age of 16.[2]

In 1999 he made contact with Regis, the founder of the Birmingham-based Downwards Records label, becoming a member of Regis's Sandwell District collective, with whom he released a series of singles throughout the 2000s. Mendez acted as Sandwell District's art director. [3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Biography of Silent Servant", Resident Advisor, Resident Advisor Ltd., retrieved 2013-08-09
  2. ^ Reynaldo, Shawn (2013-08-04), "In the Studio: Silent Servant", XLR8R Magazine, San Francisco: SpinMedia, retrieved 2013-08-09
  3. ^ Colley, Jon (2012-09-16), "Silent Servant on the making of his new album and 'the feeling that shit could blow up at any minute'", FACT Magazine, London: The Vinyl Factory, retrieved 2013-08-09