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Roberto Bardini


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Roberto Bardini is from Turin and he’s born in the 1976. He’s along the few enlightened producer/djs who declared independence from ways the recent (minimal) techno dj-ing. His musical approach is by all means deep, and trough this he cast his vision of a more mature and alternative dancefloor. In 1991 he starts dj-ing, then he’s involved as a producer in the hip-hop Italian scene. Along 7 years of militancy he collaborated with the scene prime movers and he also released a 12” in 1994 called “La mia strada” by Net Project. Following that he was behind the wheels of steel for a number of live appearances in the most important Italian hip-hop events. Then the ambient sounds of people like Autecre and Orbital, the acid trance if Zen Paradox and the mystical compositions of Vangelis and Jarre, take him away from the hip hop music. Roberto’s new attitude and production force now is completely electronic and his love are the deep sounds of the dancefloor. Deeply fascinated by the west coast American tech-house (the likes of Alvarado and Graham for instance), he starts a research of a different and dancefloor sound, alternative to the one proposed in Turin clubs at the time. In 1999 he start dj-ing in the local scene and in the meantime he starts producing tracks again. Thanks to a demo sporting few (deep) techno tracks, in the 2003 he’s selected as new talent in the “Distorsonie” festival in Bologna and had a go at the Elettrowave Festival in Arezzo playing along with the best producers in Italy and Europe.


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  • Palmes1

    Ciao Robi, non ci si vede da un po'. Grandi pezzi come sempre.

    26 May 2010 Reply

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