Rostock, the early 2000s. The city’s hiphop underground holds a number of crews and collectives that are making their first steps towards rap music.
Nobody’s Face is part of one of them. They’re all digging the same vibe - clunky beats and rugged productions, by the likes of Company Flow and Kool Keith, Quasimoto and Dizzee Rascal. His key influences are Progressive HipHop and Electronica - mainstream-monotony is muted by a mindstate built on innovation and openness. His long standing friendship with Marteria/Marsimoto left no question of him being his live DJ when the music got bigger and things became more serious. Still though, his work for others never got in the way of creating and defining his very own sound and vision.