Born on January the 7th 1978 in Tortona (Italy) at the age of 14 he started deejaying at school parties and then in local clubs; at that same time he started getting involved into music production.

In June 2001 he released his very first record called “Bitter candy” under the nickname B’n’3.
In October 2001 he began to work with “J.T. Company” (owned by Joe T. Vannelli) and became resident dj at the “Supalova Club” nights.

In spring 2003 he produced “Nasty bass”, an international hit that was included in the sixth volume of the “Subliminal session” (on the label owned by Erick Morillo) mixed by Benny Benassi. This single was published in many foreign countries, such as France (Sony/Scorpio Music), Spain (Blanco Y Negro) and Belgium (541/News).

Since March 2005 he works with Star Garda Records / Stereo Seven as A&R and dj/producer and has remixed artist like Warren Clarke feat. Michelle Weeks, Syndicate of Law feat. D-Train, David Amo & Julio Navas.

He achieved great international feedback with his productions “Crash Test” and the follow up “My wav” (included in compilations such as “Come with me” mixed by Mistress Barbara, Fresco Records Compilation).

Both of these tracks and “The Unexpected e.p.” and “Noizy” with remixes from David Amo & Julio Navas and Marco Rigamonti (his studio partner in the project “The Voidz”), have been topping the charts in Italy and in Europe in the last months and gained him the reputation of one of the most prolific italian producers around.

From November 2006 he’s become partner dj of “La Noche Escabrosa”
His dj sets are played by Radio M2O “In Da House” program

Edited by dinnycharrel on 1 Aug 2007, 11:17

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