Atimatik (pronounced like "autimatic") started his music career as a bassist for
a Bay Area punk band. While on tour, he learned how to keep his audience
electrified by performing with some of the most notorious punk acts.
During the 90's, Atimatik was blown away by SF's underground electronic
music scene where he decided to grab a pair of decks of his own. For the past
thirteen years he's been grinding away on them ever since.
been seen spinning at the most pre-eminent venues and parties all over the West
Coast and beyond; like SF's Lovefest (formally Loveparade) each & every
year, Ruby Skye, 1015, Crash, Vivid, Temple, SupperClub, Angels, Groove Cruise
LA & Miami, Mezzanine, Opulent Temple at Burning Man, Las Vegas, Winter
Music Conference and many more. Atimatik has landed several residencies, such as
the number one West Coast club Ruby Skye in San Francisco and Ghetto House
Radio, an internationally syndicated FM radio show. Atimatik has rocked parties
side-by-side with the best; including DJ Dan, Donald Glaude, Paul Oakenfold,
Dylan Rhymes, D:Fuse, Z-Trip, Bassbin Twins, Crystal Method, Rogue Element,
Gabriel & Dresden, Ferry Corsten, Carl Cox, Lee Coombs, Christopher
Lawrence, Charles Feelgood, Bassnectar, and too many more to list.
2005, Atimatik became "Breakbeat Champion" on DJForums.com, winning the final
round of a series of mix submissions that got put against other DJs in the same
genre. In 2006, Atimatik became the fourteenth DJ in San Francisco's Nitevibe
Dreamteam poll (highest number of DJs per capita in the world). In November of
2007, breakbeat/electro producers Mephisto Odyssey released "Sexy Love" on
Beatport and iTunes which featured Atimatik. He is currently working on his own
release that will be coming out on Groovequest Records.
has been garnering the attention of top DJs and talent agencies with his
consistently solid performances. His catchy sets are known for their heavy
basslines rolling over house, electro & breaks. Although you can still find
him playing bass, Atimatik is at home spinning in front of frantic crowds with
his unique, floor pumping style.