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Pisco Bar is proud to announce our first Crazy Sunday, a party that's the opposite of our Lazy Sunday. Instead of bean bags and cuddles, we will be dancing and grooving!
The first of this series sees Stefano Ritteri from Italy grace our little terrace. Stefano is no stranger to the world of underground music. Fusing beats and ethnic elements as he makes dance floors far and wide groove.
here's a little bit about him.
Stefano Ritteri doesn’t care about genres and boundaries. He makes good music. His Italian passion and obsession for obscure samples and homemade synthesisers can be easily identified, and in the past 10 years, Stefano has released on a handful of diverse and eclectic labels, such as Get Physical, Dirtybird, Exploited, Pets Recordings and Rockets and Ponies. As a DJ his style is also very recognisable, he mixes African and Asian traditional songs with house and techno, and he often swings in between tempos and styles. Stefano tours extensively have scored a residency at Fabric a few years back ( with the Solo moniker ) , and his energy takes him to many after parties and bizarre situations. A trained pianist and drummer, in recent years Stefano has started working as a composer and engineer for TV and Advertising, his biggest claim to date is working on the soundtrack for the British Premier League, which has been streamed millions of times on several platforms ( even though Stefano’s team remains Roma ) . Always eager ( and that’s an understatement ) to speak about music instruments and production, Stefano lectures regularly in universities and music schools around the world, many of his talks have been featured in magazines and can be found online, enjoyed and revered by fellow nerds. Stefano’s music is championed and supported by Pete Tong, Annie Mac and B-traits, and besides appearing on several BBC Radio 1 programs, he started his own monthly show on Rinse France. With many new songs to be released in the near future, Stefano is preparing to throw curveballs and surprise his friends and fans. And that he cares about, very very much.
along with that we also have the wonderful Oliver Osborne from Singapore on the bill.
A London native who has played in the likes of Fabric, 93feet East, and Corsica Studios, Oliver has become a familiar face behind the consoles of some of the best underground clubs in Asia, with gigs as far afield as Mongolia.
2016 was a big year for Oliver, having played Ultra Singapore, launched his record label ETTF Music, and played extensively across Asia. This year started just as strong, with &ME and Stefano Ritteri playing his tracks, closing out the massive Kolour In The Park festival in Thailand, playing one of the last ever sets at Bali's Koh, and being booked for a second time at Ultra Singapore.
Oliver Osborne moved to Singapore from London where he played at such notable clubs as Fabric, Corsica Studios, The Scala, 93feet East, and many more.
During his time in London Oliver played along side the likes of M.A.N.D.Y., Maya Jane Coles, Stefan Bodzin, Noze, and Matt Tolfrey to mention a few.
Since being in Singapore, Oliver has played everywhere worth playing, and in May of 2013 was part of the team that started the After Dark pop-up parties, at the hidden gem that was the original Kilo Lounge. He also brings his musical agenda to various pop-up parties around the city, and runs the phenomenally successful Eyes To The Front pool parties.
Though Oliver learnt to DJ on a diet of jungle, drum and bass and hip-hop, his ear eventually turned to house and techno, and his current sound has taken him around some of Asia’s top underground clubs, such as Glow in Bangkok, Lola, Shanghai, Jenja in Bali, Oma in Hong Kong, and as far afield as Mongolia.
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RM 20 entry
22nd Jul 17:00