Alex Nocera is an italian DJ/music producer and began his career in 1989. As a record producer, Alex builds a successful career path that passes by the single 'The King and the Nursery' (it entered in the chart of Radio Deejay), arriving to "Daimoku" that can boast of being joined, in 2003, in the prestigious Chart compiled by British DJ Pete Tong for BBC Radio 1. Alex's career articulates around his performance perhaps more important , the partecipation in the Love Parade in Berlin (2001), and also includes several exibitions in England, Germany and in the best Italian clubs in the last fifteen years. His radio career includes collaborations with local and national stations and has played over the years the role not only as a DJ but also audio technician, as well as artistic director. Throughout his career, Alex Nocera specializes also as a remixer, and the most notable remixes are 'Su di noi' (originally Pupo) in 2003 and 'Shake dat booty' of Little Louie Vega pres. Anane, in 2007 . In the same year he remixed 'Dance Ritual' of Cerrone vs Vega. Since then, Alex signs remixes for international artists like Axwell, Jerry Ropero, Bob Sinclar, Steve Angello, Camille Jones, John Dahlback, Eddie Amador, Guru Josh and Fedde Le Grand. In 2009 he founded in collaboration with Maurizio Montanari and the DJ Luca Belloni, the project StarClubbers that with the tracks like "El Sonido Latino", "The Summer Is Magic" and "Little Talks", entered in the Italian and European charts. In the beginning of 2012 he started his collaboration with the DJ/producer Andrea Montorsi under the name "Nocera & Montorsi" and they released "Emilia", "Gaza Ep", "Rave", "Blow The Whistle" and "Sonar", supported by EDM Top Djs. Since 2013 he has collaborated with Italian DJ Frankie P. for the project "FAN - Frankie & Nocera" and they released the hits "Lights Go Out", "Road Trippin" and "raptured In Blue". To date Alex Nocera mades more than 300 productions and a hundred remixes. He currently works for the italian radionetwork M2O ,where he host a weekly radio show called "M2O Music Selection".