Today we got an amazing special for our listeners.
Martin Patiño & Enzo Elia recorded their mix at Stereo Bar Stuttgart on 17th April 2011
for the Weekend Warrior-Podcast... so, enjoy this really, really hot show!!!
Coming from the cradle of Italian house, a new generation of beat makers is taking their own unique set of digitally immersed excellence to the clubs and to the streets. At the forefront of these pioneers of spoon fed sound experts is Martin Patino, whose Italian background has in no way overpowered his intense passion for exploring his Peruvian roots.
Whereas others would have been more tentative about their abilities, Patino entered the scene with every intention of making his presence known, diving directly to the forefront of the European house music scene starting from collaborations with Enzo Elia and proving his unstoppable potential with the decadent club triumph Sunrise in La Serena (an exquisite mix of sumptuous house rhythms entwined dripping with soulful latin percussion). It was not long before Patino, suitably relocated to Berlin, followed with a solid stream of refined productions demonstrating his range and unmistakable skill including remixes of some of Berlin’s top artists (Oliver Koletzki founder of Stil Vor Talent and Florian Meindl of FLASH).
By the time Patino’s SOMBRAS EP was released, the artist had already caught the attention of some of house giants across the globe, forming alliance’s with Florian Meindl’s FLASH, Jimpster’s FREERANGE, and Schlomi Aber’s BE AS ONE labels, with sultry sounds made to melt the speakers off of some of world’s top clubs.
more infos about Martin Patiño on the following sites:
beatport.com > search for Martin Patiño
Enzo Elia born in Italy. At aged 13 he discovered the world of the music, starting to buy vynils and collect them. He didn’t like football, he prefered spend time putting music on the radio and connecting with people, jumping between Record’s stores, searching the best music of the moment.
He has always played only vinyls because, for him music has important value also for remember. "An old vinyl recalls always something" he likes say, and "I love the sound of turntable"..
He grew up playing his room with the rhythm of Motown and Italo Disco and then he has felt in love with House Music and Techno Detroit. Some records that he bought, edited by great labels as Dj International, Underground Resistence, Strictly Rhythm, Chicago Trax are a must even now in his vinyl’s bag.
He has became even more a vinyl’s searcher and collector, because he always has thinking that in our age of fast communication has no value what is produced in the immediate but what could remains in collective memory...
[The degree of slowness is directly proportional to the intensity of memory, (Milan Kundera, Slowness)]..
He also studied music at the Department of Music, at Bologna University of art.
In this context he started to play always more and more and has got in touch with most important dj’s of italian stage...Since 2004 he started to produce his own music, keeping on a full collaboration with Hell Yeah and Youngodds , labels which for he has realease several work. At the same time he worked as producer also for Be As One, Lion1 and many other and as remixer for great producers like Roland Clark, Oliver Koletzy and Umek.
Many important dj love and play his music and his research is supported by great names. His latest single “Touch” (Hell Yeah) has been a small underground hit, supported by Carl Cox, Kenny Larkin, Osunlade, Dj Hell and many others. Recently he is been moved in Berlin, where he’s keeping his music research on, always jumping between Record’s stores.
more infos about Enzo Elia on the following sites:
beatport.com > search for Enzo Elia
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