Elvin Estela, better known by his stage name Nobody, is an underground hip hop producer based in Los Angeles, California. He is a resident DJ at Low End Theory. He has collaborated with 2Mex, Abstract Rude, Freestyle Fellowship,Busdriver, and Mystic Chords of Memory, among others. He also formed a duo as Blank Blue along with Niki Randa. He is also one half of Bomb Zombies along with Nocando.
Better Propaganda listed him as number 73 on "Top 100 Artists of the Decade."
Nobody's solo debut album, Soulmates, was released on Ubiquity Records in 2000. The second solo album, Pacific Drift: Western Water Music Vol. 1, was released in 2003. He released the third solo album, And Everything Else..., on Plug Research in 2005. It features guest appearances from Mia Doi Todd, Prefuse 73 and Xololanxinxo, among others.
Nobody wrote the article about 1960s psychedelic rock for XLR8R in 2006.
In 2008, Estela released the album, Western Water Music Vol. II, on Ubiquity Records under the Blank Blue moniker, a collaboration with Niki Randa. It is the official follow-up to his 2003 album, Pacific Draft: Western Water Music Vol. 1. The duo's sound has been compared to The Monkees, DJ Shadow, and J Dilla. Live the pair have been assisted by drummer Andres Renteria and bassist Brian Akio Martinez.
The fourth solo album, One for All Without Hesitation, was released on Alpha Pup Records in 2010.
He returned with Vivid Green, an album featuring Cedric Bixler-Zavala, Nocando and Baths, in 2013.
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