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No-Attitude w/ Enzo Tedeschi & Alex Piccini

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Enzo Tedeschi,
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12.01.2013
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10:00 AM
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The gang is back at it again! Join us for our January installment of the No-Attitude Recordings party.

 

BIOS

ALEX PICCINI
was born in a small town near Venice, a city strongly influenced by house and techno music thanks to well known clubs such as Go-bang, Movida and Muretto. Clubs that brought this music into Italy for the first time. As Alex grew up listening to this music, he became passionate for the scene; what led him to become a DJ. At the age of 16 he bought his first turntables and after only two years he was already known, becoming resident DJ in one of the most important parties in the region “Sushi”. There, he had the opportunity to play along with national as well as international DJs who brought house music to Italy like LeoMas, Ricky Montanari, Flavio Vecchi, Ralf, Massimino, Angels of love, Kenny Carpenter, Tony Humphries, Satoshi Tomiee and Francois Kevorkian amongst others. In 2004 he moved to Milan where began his career as a producer and in a short period of time he got gigs in clubs such as Magazzini Generali, 65 Metri Quadrati and Codice a barre. In 2007 he had his first release on “Kaufe Musik” called “Miniale”. This first single climbed into the first places in many European charts being played by international DJs, what gave him the OPPORTUNITY to be well-known in the industry and play in many clubs around Europe. Turning 2008 he met Lorenzo Fassi with whom he began to work in a new project called “Linienstrasse”. They went to Berlin where they created their first EP released on “Session Deluxe” supported by 2000 and One, Monoroom, Miss Kittin, Dubfire and Steve Lawler, a great start for the duo. In the same year he became resident DJ of the most important event on the northeast of Italy, “Altavoz”. In 2009 back in Venice, he set up a recording studio with a friend, where he has developed many ideas and releases on Labels such as “Multivitamins” and “Kina” supported by artists like Loco Dice, Barem, M.in, Karotte, Pan-Pot, ItaloBoyz, Gregor tresher, Nic Fanciulli and many more.With Olderic produced wave after wave of killer dance floor tracks,played from many international djs and released on CECILLE ,AREA REMOTE, BITTEN and SAVED.
Beside his music, he also founded KOSMOPHONO records, an ambitious project that focus on house, tech house and deep house music whereas KOSMOPHONO KLAB involves all sort of experimental electronic music.

ENZO TEDESCHI
Born and raised in Naples, Italy, a city rich in historic music culture, Enzo’s love of music began as a tot when he was given his first turntable. Musical sounds of his parent’s 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s records saturated his bedroom air from eyes open to close. Further inspired by his uncle, an avid music collector, Enzo began listening to more disco, funky, and soulful sounds of the 70s. The feel-good repetitive rhythms captured his curiosity and his hunger to know more grew. Developing his musical tastes, he gravitated more towards electronic sounds, more specifically, house music. At the ripe old age of 12, he frequented the local record store, Test Pressing, and requested music that was more underground. After shared chuckles with store employees, Enzo toted his new cuts home to hone and practice his DJ skills.

Not far after, Enzo was booked for private parties and at age 15, was asked to play Cube, one of the most famous clubs in Naples, Italy at the time. By 1997, Enzo had played most Neapolitan venues and by 18, he successfully toured Italy.

By 2005, London came calling and he made the city, world-renowned for club culture, his new home. Knowing only a bit of English, he immersed himself in the circuit and began booking gigs, as his record bag spoke more than he. Enzo continued to build a following and was approached to play numerous underground parties in South and East London. Soon he was throwing his own underground events and more important bookings followed: Ministry of Sound, Pacha, Fabric, Egg London, The Cross, The Key, Jamm, etc.

After being infected with the production bug for quite some time, in 2009, Enzo released a few tracks on Malatoid and Ifidota as one half of the duo, Never Trust DJs. Jump a year later, and he knew he was ready to be the proud parent of his own baby, No-Attitude Recordings.

Late in 2010, No-Attitude was born with successful underground events hosted in the happening Shoreditch hood in London. The parties showcased future No-Attitude artists and special guests such as: Addictive TV, Robin Dramalski, Lee Jones, Wildkats, Maik Yells, and Kisk.

Vinyl releases are slated to drop late May 2013. Stay tuned.Soon, Enzo was being booked for private parties and at 15, was asked to play Cube one of the most famous clubs in Naples, Italy at the time. By 1997, Enzo had played most Neapolitan venues and by 18, he successfully toured across Italy.

By 2005, London came calling and he made the city, world-renowned for club culture, his new home. Knowing only a bit of English, he immersed himself into the circuit and began booking gigs, as his record bag spoke more than he. Enzo continued to build a following and was approached by numerous promoters to play underground parties in South and East London. Soon he was throwing his own underground events and more important bookings followed: Ministry of Sound, Pacha, and most recently Fabric.

After being infected with the production bug for quite some time Enzo released a few tracks on Malatoid and Ifidota as one half of the duo, Never Trust DJs, in 2009. Jump to a year later, and he knew he was ready to be the proud parent of his own baby, No-Attitude Recordings.

Late in 2010, No-Attitude was born with successful underground events hosted in the happening Shoreditch hood. The parties showcased future No-Attitude artists as well as hosted special guests such as: Addictive TV, Robn Dramalski, Lee Jones, Wildkats, Maik Yells, and Kisk.

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