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PiMO is a trailblazing electronic artist who has made a global impact through his work with Modfunk and Thrill Kill. Modfunk was an internationally-acclaimed underground electronic dance duo, and many of those “in the know” have been spotted sporting Modfunk tees, including former Daft Punk manager Busy P and DJ Mehdi. Modfunk’s biggest creative coup was working with Grammy-winning iconic producer Philippe Zdar—Zdar’s group Cassius recently collaborated with Pharrell Williams and Cat Power on the monster track “Go Up.”In 2011, the Warsaw Poland-based artist paired up with American vocalist John Webb for the nu-disco duo Thrill Kill, merging John’s spectral post-punk vocal stylings with PiMO’s richly dimensional electronic soundscapes. Thrill Kill highlights include producer, and 30 Seconds To Mars lead guitarist, Tomo Milicevic’s remix of the track “Breathe In,” and the jam “The Way You Move”’s prominent feature in an episode of the 90210 series reboot. In addition, both Modfunk and Thrill Kill have garnered prime synch pairings with top-tier brands such as Perry Ellis, Red Bull, Silvian Heach, Rip Curl, Naish, Prada, Malandrino, Donna Karan, Louis Vuitton, and Moschino.PiMO embraces his journey as a solo artist with fluidity and expertise, presiding over all instrumentation, songwriting, production, mixing, mastering, cover artwork, and videos for every new release. It’s a responsibility he is ready to take on for his upcoming series of EPs, singles, and remixes which will all be available worldwide via PiMO MUSIC.PiMO’s solo material features well-crafted pop songs brimming with undeniable grooves and exhilarating hooks. His current body of work recalls the songcraft of 1980s new wave and dark wave acts like New Order, Yaz, Duran Duran; the rugged beats of New York hip-hop pioneers like Break Machine and Grandmaster Flash; and the lushly blissful soundscapes of Giorgio Moroder.

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