Born in November 1971 in Tehran, Iran, Namito grew up in a tranquil middle class family in the Northern part of the city. After witnessing the bloody revolution and a notorious war in Iran his parents decided to send him to West Germany for a better future. In West-Berlin Namito visited the school where he quickly learned German and adopted to the new environment. His enthusiasm for the art of djing was so strong that he dropped out of school and in 1989 and started a career persisting now over three decades. What first took off as DJ in the local, buzzing Berlin Techno scene turned international as soon as Namito released his own music productions on renown, international labels such as Kling Klong (GER), Systematic Recordings (GER), Kompakt (GER), Yoshitoshi (US), Selador (UK) and SolSelectas (US) only to name a few. Residencies in the best Berlin clubs like Tresor and Sternradio were followed by international gigs in all continents. In the recent years Namito coproduced many other artists including Marc Romboy (Innervisions, Kompakt, Bedrock) , where he also shared the stage live with the Dortmund Philharmony Orchestra and the legendary Grandmaster Flash with whom he made parts of the music for the Netflix show called “ The Get Down ”.