Remo’s talent is quickly leaving his personal mark on the international electronic music scene.
He moved his first steps in his hometown Milan by building a strong reputation as a dj thanks to his silky emotive sets and as a producer with a dark and deep exploration which lies on the boundaries of techno and house.
“Fine art is that in which the hand, the head, and the heart of man go together” is the quote which best represents Remo’s musical instinct, combined with his emphatic relationship with his audience on the dance-floor. His sound has reached crowds of old and new dance music scenes with gigs in the 4 continents. In 2009 Remo moved to Ibiza, where his sounds swiftly made a mark on the first class musical programming of top club Space.
That same year he became a resident at Space and played at the 20th anniversary celebration of the club. In 2011 he also joined the residency at Kehakuma, the most notorious, underground event of the island, where he has shared the dj booth with many international guest artists.
Remo’s producing career started with the international hit Black Sabrina and since then he has hit the chart many times with tracks like Mizar, On the Far side Ep,Mild Steel and Ivision. He has also had releases on famous labels like Viva Music, Forensic, Giant Wheel, Confused, Blufin and Ivav and has challenged his skills further by remixing Audiofly, Paul Nazca and Jay Tripware tracks.
The classical piano training, gives Remo a proper musician point of view on djing and making tunes sparked his interest for research and development on DJ and production technologies. He also runs his own imprint, Lilith, a project which involves an eclectic roster of artists and represent an ideal hub for diverse sounds and eclectic music minds. What does tomorrow hold for Remo? He is writing his future while his crowds go wild and his next banger hits the airwaves.