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Enrico Sangiuliano Biography
Enrico started out his career attending illegal raves in Italy, where later he was invited to play. He has since played some of the biggest and most important raves held in Italy over the last 10 years.
His first recognition came in 2009 on Hertz, followed by a sting of releases which lead him to his first debut on Truesoul in 2012. Ever since, Enrico’s releases and remixes have been catapulted into the limelight - on labels including Octopus Recordings, Gem Records, Alleanza, Herzblut, Rhythm Converted and most recently Adam Beyer’s Drumcode.
His remix on Alleanza with DJ Boris’s “Can You hear Me” held onto the No.1 position on Beatport for 14 weeks, and was the highest selling techno track on Beatport in 2015. After this release, big things were expected from the Italian producer, and he didn’t disappoint with his EP “X Pollination” in 2016 on Unrilis - smashing into the charts and sitting at No.1 for over 2 months.
Releases on Drumcode came naturally after his work with Truesoul back in 2012, this came in the form of “Turbulence” in 2015, and “Start Of Madness” in 2016. Most recently noted for his groundbreaking EP “Moon Rocks” with all 4 tracks in Beatport Techno Top 10, and the lead track holding onto No.1 for over 6 weeks.
Featured on "Moby The Remixes" - released on Drumcode in December 2016, his rework of the classic “Why Does My Herat Feel So Bad” was a firm favourite, straight in at No.1 and still in the Top10 as we go into 2017, he preserved the essence of the original track, but built into a peak time techno dance floor groover.
2016 saw his busiest year yet, playing some of the biggest festivals and clubs in the word including ADE, Loveland Festival, EGG London and Kinky Festival in South Africa for his debut on NYE. Already confirmed performances at Awakenings, Loveland Festival, Mayday and a massive Australian Tour in 2017.
Enrico’s deep, hypnotic and rhythmic techno productions are loved by all, with support and plays from Adam Beyer, John Digweed, Alan Fitzpatrick, Carlo Lio, Karotte, Sven Vath, Christian Smith, Monika Kruse, Gregor Tresher, Joseph Capriati, Mark Reeve, Mauro Picot, Steve Lawler, Tom Hades, Stephan Bodzin and Joel Mull.