Origin:
Phoenix, AZ, US

Eddie Amador is an American house music record producer and remixer. He is also the founder of the Mochico and MochicoPrimo record labels.

Born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, Amador studied mechanical engineering at Arizona State University while moonlighting as a hip hop DJ. In 1996, he earned a bachelor's degree and relocated to Los Angeles. There he took a day job in engineering while devoting evenings to practicing the craft of writing and producing house music. After a year of labor, Amador released "House Music" — his first single — in 1998. It peaked at #37 in the UK Singles Chart. The single's success garnered Amador a recording contract with Yoshitoshi Records.

Amador established his own record label, Mochico, in 2001. Two years later, he moved to Amsterdam, where he signed a new recording contract with ID&T in 2005. While living in Amsterdam, Amador also teamed with Belgian producer Tom de Neef, and the duo released a handful of singles and remixes under the alias Bazement Freakz. Amador continues to oversee releases on his MochicoPrimo label.