Francesco Adorisio has become a Mash-Up master within the Italian dance music scene. However, his move towards original productions may just be his Ace of Spades.
Hailing from Bologna, Francesco Adorisio has entered his 30’s with a portfolio glittered in some titanic names. His music sits halfway between House, Electro – Pop, Deep and Electro House, a staple and versatile mix. However the telecommunications engineering graduate, has also dabbled in other sub-genre’s in recent times, expanding his sound spectrum’s horizon’s. Coming from a background of music and guitar’s specifically, his mother, a music teacher, helped nurture his passion. At 16 his endevaour into Disk-Jockeying and the nightclub scene kickstarted, with a list of performances including some of Italy’s most renowned club’s such as Pineta, Matis, Numa & Kinki, Snoopy and BBK.
Performing alongside renowned DJ/Producer’s such as Frankie Knuckles, David Morales, Martin Solveig, Maurizio Gubellini as well as Tommy Vee, Francesco Adorisio signing to Warner Music Italy through Molto Recordings has already reaped results. The Italian label is arguably one of the hottest in terms of House music, from the dance floor’s to the more tranquil lounges. Releasing three tracks in 2015, the talent notched Top 30 placings on Beatport Chart’s, as well as continuing his Mash-Up success with a the title of “Mashup in the box”, a contest by Molella, m2o & DJ Mag Italy. Having been broadcasted on on radio shows around Europe, his combinations include Don Diablo and Tiesto’s “Chemicals”, Michael Calfan’s “Resurrection”, Kygo, Miachel Brun , Major Lazer and Galantis, reflecting why he is a club favourite.
Bringing an original track, “Persia” gives a tribal, Moombahton sound, reflecting his production’s diversification. Made up of a thumping bass, hyping vocal riff’s and an array of drum rhythms, Francesco Adorisio also gives a Middle-Eastern vibe with characterful synths and samples.
Set for release on 20th June, Francesco Adorisio’s “Persia” looks set to expand far beyond the Italian borders! Check out the full preview below: