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Cosmo Baker is a New York based DJ, music producer, and turntablist. Baker was born in Reno, Nevada and at two years of age, he moved back to his family's hometown Philadelphia, with his mother and older sister, photographer Zoe Strauss. A lifelong music enthusiast, at the age of 16 he was DJing at many of the city's biggest nightclubs, including Revival, Sugarcube, and Silk City, holding one of the original resident spots alongside King Britt at the legendary Back 2 Basics party. After graduating from high school, Cosmo moved to Brooklyn and began working at Eightball Records. During this time in New York he threw himself into the underground House music scene, surrounding himself with legends such as Frankie Knuckles, Little Louie Vega, David Morales and Armand Van Helden. At the same time, his diverse DJ sets quickly made him a fixture on the downtown scene alongside DJs like Mark Ronson and Stretch Armstrong. After moving back to Philadelphia in 1996 to continue his college studies, he soon started a party named The Remedy with fellow DJ Rich Medina.

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