Nesono is the brand new electro/tech project of James Copeland from Cape Town, South Africa. No stranger to the dance music scene, he has toured the world with his psytrance project Broken Toy for over 6 years playing some of the biggest festivals in the world and rocking parties in over 20 countries with his high-octane twisted funky beats. Two albums and over 70 tracks later, it was time for new challenges and fresh grooves... Nesono, the Xhosa( African tribe) word for cheeky/naughty, represents an African approach to techno- inspired dance music. The sounds of electro, tech house, minimal, and progressive, all blend into a futuristic tribal groove of big grinding bass and dirty beats. Not afraid of epic builds, sneaky drops and pushing the limits, expect a dance floor experience from mild to wild that will tweak your mind and rock your body. As a self-taught musician and producer with a serious distaste for music theory, James grew up playing guitar and bass in various metal and funk bands before forging his own unique path through the wastelands of electronic music. Inspired by the sounds of industrial, electro-clash and booty bass, he traded in the guitars for synthesizers and started working with computers. It’s been a long road with many hard-earned lessons along the way, but the results speak for themselves. From playing massive festivals around the world to dominating dance floors in his home country – the list is long and growing steadily. Like Glade in the UK, Universo Paralelo and Kaballah in Brazil, Boom in Portugal, Sonica in Italy, Full Moon in Germany, Cyberpunk Revolution in Russia, and various other parties as far reaching as Japan, Australia, Mexico, and Canada. It’s an illustrious career of dancefloor mayhem that will now extend its reach into your city, your clubs and your speakers. Be prepared and please enjoy responsibly.