Best known for their 2012 iconic hit ‘Atom’, Italian duo Nari & Milani have stood the test of time as pioneers of the modern-day electronic dance music scene. Picked up by Steve Angello for the first time in 2011 with their acid-tinged track ‘Kendo’, the duo gathered up incredible traction over the following years. ‘Atom’ completely revolutionized electro-house and big-room, becoming a mainstay in every single Swedish House Mafia set since, and continues to be played by DJs all over the world to this day.
Earlier this week they announced via Facebook that they would be putting their decade-long career to an end, splitting up for the time being to work on individual projects. Their last single under Nari & Milani will be released on their record label WOOF next month.
Three years ago the prolific duo produced a short film documenting their journey as musical partners and best friends since 1996. The film highlights iconic moments in their lives and sheds light on the impact they have had on the current electronic music scene.
Nari & Milani will be dearly missed. Until then, keep an eye out for their last single together, dropping on WOOF Recordings next month!