Nicolas Jaar was born in NY but quickly relocated to Santiago de Chile in the 90s only to come back to his birth place as a
teenager. Haunted by Mulatu Astatke and Erik Satie, Nico started to make organic electronic music in 2004 at the age of 14. At 17, he made his debut
with “The Student EP” on Wolf and Lamb Music with a remix by Seth Troxler who called him " one of the most talented minds dance music is about to
see develop". At 18, he continued producing and played live at Club Der Visionaire and Arena in Berlin, at the Marcy in Brooklyn, at Communikey in
Colorado and at Mutek in Mexico City. Now 19, studying at Brown University in Rhode Island, Nico has releases coming up on Circus Company, Wolf + Lamb
and on his own label, Clown and Sunset (www.clownandsunset.com) of which he is the owner and founder.
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Nicolas Jaar has composed an alternative score for The Color Of Pomegranates, a 1969 film written and directed by Sergei Parajanov.
The avant-garde classic is a biography of the Armenian troubadour Sayat Nova (King Of Song), following his life from childhood through death. Its
powerful aesthetic and provocative imagery made it one of the most controversial films to come from the USSR, and it only saw release in western
cinemas in 1982. Jaar's 80-minute soundtrack, announced via Facebook on Sunday, February 22nd, features 20 songs and can be listened to in full,
alongside the original film, below. Quote: