Cookie Monsta DJ Tony Cook Death – Obituary : Missing Bass Music Producer Found Dead, Cause of Death Unknown.
His death was confirmed on social media by Circus Records with the following statements
Our beloved Tony Cook (aka Cookie Monsta) has left us. We are devastated, no words can contain our feelings on such a day. All of our thoughts go to Tony’s family, friends and our hearts especially goes out to Tony’s son Olly, the Mini Monsta.The world will miss you Cookie, we will miss you brother. Out of respect for Tony’s family, we will hold off on commenting any further until deemed appropriate.
The world will miss you Cookie, we will miss you brother. pic.twitter.com/lbir8HI9AM
— Circus Records (@circus_records) October 2, 2020
Who is DJ Cookie Monsta.
Tony Cook was just a kid when he saw his brother playing Music 2000 on his Playstation console and in an instant, after seeing two sounds combined to form something entirely new, Tony knew that music was his calling. After attending music college and getting exposed to Reason, his ability to make big sounds and killer beats was quickly apparent. It wasn’t long before Tony was known to the world as Cookie Monsta – DJ, Producer, and Subwoofer-punisher extraordinaire.
Tony Cook aka Cookie Monsta Missing.
Before his death he was decleared missing yesterday October 1, 2020 , according to the following statements posted on twitter by the Notts Police
Missing – Tony Cook (31yrs) Reported missing from the Hucknall on 01/10/20. Tony is in a white BMW 320D, MO11 ZTA. He is described as medium build, 5ft 8 tall and now has a shaved head. Clothing unknown.Call us on 999, incident 60 – 01/10/2020.
Tony Cook Cause of Death.
The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
What?!? We lost another young creative?? Oof. I LOVED his tunes. Back around 2010 he was one of my fav dubstep producers. Damn. RIP Tony Cook, aka Cookie Monsta. Thank you for the hard bangers & sound design. I played ur tracks the most when excited, angry, or ready to party. https://t.co/9Y6VIp2B43
— Lozzy Jiaze (@lozzyjiaze) October 2, 2020
As if 2020 couldn’t get any worse, this happened. I don’t have any words for this other than I am absolutely fuckin devastated. Tony was a legend, great musician and a sound guy. RIP Tony Cook. Keep on headbanging mate ❤ https://t.co/HXzsuAyCPa
— Eoin (@_Xenowolf_) October 2, 2020
Bass music producer #CookieMonsta has died at age 31.
Cookie Monsta aka Tony Cook was a producer and DJ from Nottingham, UK who represented the loud and grimy side of dubstep.
May his soul rest in peace!@awsmradio @awesomeitv https://t.co/cqieDvVT6i
— AWSM Radio (@awsmradio) October 2, 2020
RIP ONE OF THE PIONEERS… TONY COOK aka COOKIE MONSTA – I had the pleasure of hanging with you holy ship.. You had such an influence on me brother!! Sending love to the whole @circus_records fam https://t.co/w1kLs9v47n
— MR. CAR/\\ACK (@mrcarmack) October 2, 2020
cookie monsta never called me by my real name and instead he always called me “sleepy” or “sleepy eyes” and idk why but it always put a smile on my face :’)
— (@sleepyiis_) October 2, 2020
RIP Cookie Monsta (@CookieMonstaDUB) Folded hands His music was a HUGE influence in my life. It was not too long ago that I streamed his music while playing Minecraft. Might play some of his music tonight on stream in memory of him
he was one of the first dubstep artists I saw live. one of the reasons I love this music. a legend. so many of us feel this way about him. this is a heartbreaking day for the bass community. we love you & we’ll forever miss throwing down with you Cookie Monsta.
Honestly started the second I learned about Tony, shit broke my heart & I can only imagine the heart break you’re going through but we’re ALL here for you & we love you Funty thank you for memories alongside the legendary cookie monsta.
peter @JustPeteForABit wrote
eventually my love for music like Cookie Monsta’s would evolve into more subtle bass music, but i will always cherish those times when i was engaging with electronic music on a less serious level; when it was really just about how much fun we could have on the dance floor.
when i was a bright-eyed young lad, Cookie Monsta’s music really defined a significant moment in time for me. “ginger pubes” was an absolute rave-sheller and even listening to it now, i can remember how absolutely earth-shattering this music was to me back then. RIP to a legend.
Joe_Weekend_Warriors @MI5VIT wrote
This is so fucked. Cookie Monsta was the first producer That opened my eyes to dnb. His music was always something that made me feel better. I know I didn’t personally know him, but I still (in a way) feel/ felt connected to him. This really hurts.
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