|Birth name||Giuseppe Visciano|
|Born||18 August 1994 (age 25)|
Torre del Greco, Italy
|Genres||Minimal, Techno, Electronic music|
|Years active||2009 - present|
|Labels||Universal Music Group - FHD Records - SubStudio Records|
Giuseppe Visciano (born 18 August 1994) is an Italian electronic musician and DJ. He is part of the second wave of musicians and leading exponent of Minimal techno that emerged in 2010.
His music is known for its extensive use of advanced rhythms and harsh sounds. In January 2012, he created the Nuclear Records label to present his personal work. From 2013, he started the "European Tour" which he repeated in 2014.
Visciano was born in Torre del Greco (NA). He moved at age one to Modena. Visciano attended a technical school in the city with a major in computer technology. He started DJing at the disco in Modena at 15. Initially his style was a mix of house and techno music.
At 14 Giuseppe began going to club Modena. His models at the time were Richie Hawtin and Sven Väth. His first works date from 2010. He has produced several studio albums and on 7 May 2012 recorded the show "Endless" at the Mojo Club of Sofia, Bulgaria.
In June 2011, he released Cigarette which included several remixes. The initial single reached the sales charts of the largest online store, Beatport. Cigarette became popular on the web. His biggest hits are: "What?, "Little Boy", "Kronik" and remixes of Hungarian artists Droplex and Drotolin.
In 2012, he expanded from studio productions to club performances. Richie Hawtin played his remix of "Purple Haze" in 2013 to Movement Music Festival, Turin.
In October 2014, the BBC created a webpage for Visciano.
In December 2014, he released his latest album My self in a disk, published by Universal Music Group.
- ‘’Klauter’’, Album, 2010
- “What”, 2011
- Cigarette’’, 2011
- “Little Boy”, 2011
- “Show me the money”, 2012
- “Kronik”, 2012
- “3 Months”, 2012
- “Purple Haze”, 2012
- “Endless”, 2013
- ‘’My Self In A Disk’’ CD, 2014
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