Rob Aker aka Jose Amnesia bought his first synthesizer , a cheap Atari and started to compose electronic tracks.
Age One records (UK) were interested in his works, and in 1998, "Jose Amnesia" was born.
"Last sunset in Ibiza" was an essential new tune on Judge Jules BBC Radio Show, followed by the epic "The Eternal"which soon became a classic trance track gaining support from all the top dj's such as Paul Van Dyk, Tiesto, Ferry Corsten and Armin Van Buuren.
Rob also produces tracks under the guise of Jamnesia together with Dino Lenny.
they released "My memory is back" and soon gained big support by the likes of Sasha, Lee Burridge and
Paul Van Dyk.
Rob released Jamnesia - "She's my friend / Get Busy" on Platipus. 3 of His tracks also appeared on the Gatecrasher "Digital Trance" with Jamnesia- "She's my friend", Rob Aker - "Dad's home"
and Jose Amnesia - "The Voyager".
2003 and 2004
Rob started collaborations with Stuart Matheson, from Binary Finary in the project called Cloudbreak, and with NuNRG in the project NuNRG vs Rob Aker.
starts with many juicy new projects as Jose Amnesia vs Serp "Second Day" forthcoming on Vandit and Jose Amnesia presents Tiffany - " Heaven Drops" out in March on Electronic Elements.
Great year,the year of vocal tracks. Jose is behind the project Karen Overton- Loving Arms, one of the most successful and remixed progressive tracks of the year.
After that his talent scout friend Arturo Bonetti put him in contact with the newcomer talented singer Jennifer Rene and "Louder" is born. Immediately licensed to Armada and massively supported by Armin it's already one of the most promising track of the year.
Also on Armind we will see Jose's rmx of Kirsty Hawkshaw & Tenishia - "Outsiders".
Jose starts the gigs season often along with Jennifer performing live , Bratislave , Los Angeles , Mexico City, Poland and more to come……..
The Louder follow up Wouldn't change a thing will be released on Armind into this year.
Above from: http://www.joseamnesia.com/ (where there are free downloads)
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