Nevaris is a musician and entrepreneur from New York City. He has multigenerational roots in both New York City and the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. He is of Mexican and European heritage.

As a musician, Nevaris has worked with artists such as legendary producer/bassist Bill Laswell, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame keyboardist Bernie Worrell (P-Funk/Talking Heads), and many others around the world. He has released three studio albums under the name “Loud Apartment”. His upcoming release “Reverberations” is due in early 2023 on Bill Laswell’s MOD Reloaded label. He has produced music for artists such as Garrison Hawk and Imany Mladao.

As an entrepreneur he is known for his work as a co-founder of Tangible Creative, a 3D printing company, as well as Nolej Studios, Nolej Records, and Uncomun.

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Through his work with Tangible Creative he is credited for helping to create “the first fully 3D printed sneakers” available on the market in collaboration with Bulleit, artist Kyle Steed, and business partner Eugene Chang. He also is a co-founder of Covid Maker Response, which distributed tens of thousands of units of PPE to hardest-hit hospitals during the peak of the first wave of Covid-19 in New York and New Jersey.

His most recent work with Loud Apartment, “New Future“, was released on January 7th, 2022. The album was produced by Bill Laswell who co-wrote the material and played bass on the album. Additionally the album features turntablist DJ Logic, multi instrumentalist Peter Apfelbaum (on flute, sax, and melodica), guitarist Will Bernard, drummer Lockatron, and guest vocalist Garrison Hawk.

In 2020 Nevaris and Loud Apartment released “System Breakdown“.

In 2012 Nevaris and Loud Apartment released “Get Up Get Down” featuring legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame keyboardist Bernie Worrell as a special guest.

Nevaris has taught courses on entrepreneurship and related subjects at NYU, The Parsons School of Design, and the Fashion Institute of Technology. He has a degree in Design and Technology from the Parsons School of Design.