Tamara Montenegro has been rocking the decks at clubs, festivals and beach parties from NYC to Amsterdam and throughout Canada, Nicaragua and Bulgaria, Apart from Djing and producing under the moniker Liquidiamond, Tamara is also a key player in the wave of young conscious artists and one of the leading ladies behind COSMUSART® - an international collective whose forward-thinking activities seek to promote a conscious (r)evolution with creativity as their only weapon.
Her DJ career started in Barcelona less than five years ago, but has already taken her halfway across Europe and the Americas. Classic elegance, innovation and seamless fluidity between techno, house & IDM are key elements characterizing her sets; collaborations with guest live musicians and visual artists – a usual treat for her audiences. Currently based in her native Nicaragua, she also hosts a weekly radio show and residencies in the country’s major clubs, popularizing the finest of electronic music in a dance scene that is just taking its first steps.
As a producer, Tamara combines sound design perfection and mathematical principles to create expansive and intoxicating symphonies. Recently signed to the NOSI Music family in NYC, Tamara is currently cooking a dreamy summer EP in her studio in the tropics. Her life-long goal is to also incorporate sound healing into her productions for a unique and deeply exhilarating dancing and listening experience.
Whether as a DJ, producer or founder and creative co-director of COSMUSART, Tamara’s every project is imbibed with her aquarian dedication to the finest in music, the breaking of limits and the raising of consciousness.
Stadenco started his DJ career informally at the age of 2, carrying his little red record player around to play music for anyone who would listen. From there, he explored the worlds of piano, guitar and bass, taking lessons and generally being a nuisance to his instructors. He continued his music education at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, with a focus on music production and engineering. Stadenco got bitten by the house bug when he was dragged to the now-defunct club Vinyl in NYC in early 2001. Already DJing non-edm music, he gradually transitioned to playing the quirky, dirty house that he is known for today. Stadenco has shared the decks with the likes of Craig Richards, Loco Dice, James Zabiela, Chris Duckenfield, Tom Middleton, Stacey Pullen, Damian Lazarus, Pete Heller, and Kevin Saunderson. He plays regularly at many of New York's top parties and venues, and will be seen soon in a town near you.