Milan born Italian DJ/producer stalwart Benny Benassi is widely regarded as one of the most charming, down to earth, and internationally respected artists in the music industry. With over a decade to his illustrious career already, the chart-topping megastar has wholly managed to capture the hearts of multiple generations of EDM fans across the world with his flawless trademark tech/electro/house infused sounds and charismatic performance flair. Benny was propelled into his star-spangled career by his international hit single ‘Satisfaction’ which was unleashed on the world back on 2002. Since then he has headlined performances at countless festivals around the globe (Ultra Music Festival, Coachella, Electric Daisy Carnival, Movement, UV Nation and Labour of Love to name just a few); a string of high-profile remixes and collaborations with the likes of Madonna, Kelis and David Bowie; and the most notable being ‘Beautiful People’ with Chris Brown, as well as a brand new radio show on Sirius XM’s Electric Area. Most noteworthy of all, was the Grammy award he has picked up for his exceptional rework of Public Enemy and the Grammy Skrillex was awarded for his remix of Benny’s masterpiece ‘Cinema’ feat Gary Go.
If we’ve come to learn one thing about Benny Benassi it’s to expect the unexpected.
Merk & Kremont (Fede and Joe) first met in Fede’s basement in their home town of Milan. They started talking music, soon realizing they had the same vision, and started working together on a series of bootlegs all the way to their first successful original production, Tundra, in 2013. The Italian duo’s musical influences range from Daft Punk to Fedde Le Grand, and the great House classics – and although Joe started out producing Hip-Hop beats whilst Fede was more into Pop– they found the perfect combination of ingredients to develop what is now recognized as their unique sound. A sound that has been described as “grinding ‘n’ groovy”. Merk & Kremont have received support from huge acts such as Avicii Steve Angello, Hardwell, Nicky Romero, Benny Benassi and many more. They’ve been unleashing massive club hits for almost two years now and they still have plenty of ammo to shoot for the future. Their tracks have featured on labels like Flamingo, Protocol, Size, Premiere, Revealed, Ultra and Spinnin’ and their remix of “Rather Be” by Clean Bandit reached 1M downloads on Soundcloud, played by hundreds of djs all over the world. They have been taking their unique grindingly groovy sets all over Europe, Asia and North America and have played, among others, Pacha (Ibiza), LIV (Miami), Drai’s (Las Vegas). Their latest hit ‘Get Get Down’ is something of a viral phenomenon thanks also to its insanely entertaining video and its their first track to enter the Beatport chart in the top 10. The sky is the limit for Merk & Kremont and they’re climbing the dance ladder one sick beat at a time.
A hugely successful dance producer and A&R scout, Alex Gaudino is responsible for some of the biggest Italo-house hits of the ’90s. Born Alessandro Fortunato Gaudino in Salerno, Italy, his fascination with the late-’80s house music scene inspired him to take up DJing at the age of 13. After working as an A&R scout for Flying Records and, later, Time Records, he founded his own label, Rise, which released U.K. number one hits from the Tamperer and Black Legend. Following remixes for Mousse T, Carl Cox, and Pete Tong, Gaudino teamed up with Crystal Waters for his first single, “Destination Unknown” (number four), and later scored Top 20 hits with “Watch Out” (number 16), “I’m in Love” (number ten), and, as one third of Lil’ Love, “Little Love” (number 33). Gaudino also has a residency at one of Ibiza’s most famous clubs, Eden, and in 2009 he launched a new record label, Magnificent. Alex is also a talented producer of other artists tracks and has an impressive list of remixes to his name including Ultra Nat Automatic, Sunburst Beautiful Day, MYNC & Roachford Ride The Storm, Se:sa Like This Like That, Ana De Vulve, Doc Da Funk Real Love in addition to being a very in demand and respected DJ. You can find him playing his pumpin’, dirty, sweet and sexy electro house sound at the coolest European and international venues.
Razihel is an eclectic young Italian producer. Coming to EDM out of his worldwide success in the Screamo / post-hardcore scene, touring the world and gaining performance experience as a singer and front-man, he surpassed that success with his solo efforts in just 2 years.
His official remix for “Come And Get It” by Krewella reached 2 millions + views in 8 months on YouTube, and has been regularly dropped by big names like Adventure Club and Krewella.
Razihel first burst onto the scene with his official remix for Benny Benassi “Perfect Storm” [Ultra] which has been played by Benassi himself at major festivals like Ultra and Coachella. Ever since then, he released new original tracks signed to Monstercat Records, collabs with some great names like Savant, Varien and Virtual Riot and official remixes for Krewella, I See Stars and more.
His collab with the Norwegian genius Savant reached the #3 on the Beatport dubstep chart and his track with the great composer Varien has been #1 in the glitch-hop Beatport chart for over a month. Razihel’s work with Virtual Riot, strongly influenced by retro videogames music, reached the #1 in the beatport dubstep chart just after 2 days from its release.
Razihel’s “Falcon Punch” is #1 in the “all time chart” by House.net and his Krewella remix is #2 in the “all time chart” by Glitchhop.net, not to mention all his other remixes/bootlegs who count 300,000+ downloads on the web.
Benny Benassi has recently chosen him to remix one the most famous house track of all time, “Satisfaction” out on Ultra.
Sunstars are Alberto, Andrea and Luigi, a trio of young Italian Dj/Producers from Parma, born in 1994 and 1996.
They met three years ago and immediately built a solid friendship and a great musical feeling.
The boys started producing original tracks from the outset and at the same time had the opportunity to improve their djeeing skills with the residency in one of the hottest clubs in their
Their influences vary from electro to progressive house music and they are working hard to build a solid future in the dance industry. After gaining a strong underground credibility they were lucky enough to do an official remix for Benny Bennassi’s latest hit “Let This Last Forever” ft Gary Go which allowed them to be noticed by a major label.
Their first original release “Reckless”, is now out on UltraMusic.
They are full of surprises and they are ready to orbit.
PANG! is the kind of name that bounces off your tongue and sticks in your mind. And righty so, as these two guys from Stockholm are the talk of the town when it comes to what’s new and fresh on the music scene.
“Think outside the box, bring something new to the scene and keep your originality”, in their words, is the right recipe to produce quality music and with this attitude the duo has “…rallied remix duties for David Guetta, Steve Angello and Avicii, taking flight, courtesy of their quirky take on the European house sound.” (Dancing Astronaut) –
Their extraordinary musical journey continues to show maturity and style. PANG! take it to the next level with their latest original track “Touch” entering the US iTunes Dance chart, peaking in the Hype Machine top 10 and featuring on influential Spotify playlists.
Honor was raised surrounded by music, but it wasn’t until 5 years ago, after a particularly sad event in her life, that she has started writing down her thoughts and feelings. Once the words were on paper it all started to take shape with the melodies that she had cherished in her mind and she felt that it was time for her thoughts to became lyrics. Honor was found when she lost her memory stick on a London train. This un/fortunate event lead to the real beginning of her musical career when the search for the owner of this item became viral on the web aloowing people from all over the world to listen to her music. Her first single is “Never Off” and she’s now working on more tracks which will come to light soon enough.
Music is like a therapy for Honor, a private moment that can help during a healing process. ‘Never Off’ is a motto to never give up, to remind ourselves that we are all strong and beautiful in our own way.
Emmanuele Santo aka Rulezz is a talented and young italian DJ and Producer born in 1996.
He started producing electronic music in 2009.
In 2014 he started experimenting with some future house and his tracks have been supported by numerous artists like Oliver Heldens, Pep & Rash, Benny Benassi, Nicky Romero and many more.
In 2015 he won a Remix competition and this gave him the opportunity to play at the Sensation White Event in Amsterdam where he was able to meet and shake hands with great names such as Tom Swoon, Laidback Luke, Sander Van Doorn, Dirtcaps and many more.
Since the beginning of 2016 his latest tracks have been circling the web with great hype reaching more than 500k plays all togheter.
Lately his work has been influenced by Trap Music and Dubstep too.
Rulezz ‘s passion for what he does is contagious, keep an ear out for him.
Caroline Koch was born in Verona, the town where Romeo and Juliet used to hang out. She knew music was her thing from a very young age and would boldly take centre stage at any school show. As she grew up she became attracted to club music and started playing her dj sets as well as appearing as a singer up and down Italy. She has broad musical taste ranging from Beethoven and Mozart to 80’s glam rock, electronic and indie music. She is currently working on her first album, a collection of songs couched in a dreamy, layered, subtle, thoroughly modern mood. She describes what she does as deep pop that lends itself to being remixed by the most innovative djs on the scene.
Satellite Management è la nostra agenzia gemella italiana.
Ecco gli artisti nel nostro roster.
Satellite Management is our Italian sister company.
Here are the artists on our roster.
Non è chiaro il momento preciso in cui Jacopo D’Amico, milanese di origini eoliane, trova sulla sua strada Dargen. Succede da qualche parte e in qualche tempo. Di sicuro su quella strada, a celebrare quell’incontro, c’era il fantasma del rap. Tanto rap ascoltato e imparato, il rap che diventa punto di partenza per tutta una serie di avventure esistenziali e sonore, le prime improvvisazioni, i primi virtuosismi, le prime sperimentazioni. Quello che è certo è che Dargen D’Amico è un rapper,cantautore, beatmaker,disc jockey e produttore discograficoitaliano, fondatore dell’etichetta discografica indipendente Giada Mesi.Autodefinitosi “cantautorap” e definendo in modo scherzoso il suo genere come “emo rap” (intendendo l’uso di tematiche personali e intimiste nella sua musica), D’Amico è noto per essere un personaggio piuttosto eclettico e stravagante, come è possibile notare in diverse video-interviste in cui divaga molto sulle domande che gli vengono poste, mostrando una spiccata forma di umorismo.Dargen è solito citare tra le sue maggiori influenze cantautoriali Franco Battiato, Enzo Jannacci e Lucio Dalla.
“Il rap per me è farmi i fatti degli altri facendo credere agli altri che solo per questa volta hanno il privilegio di farsi i fatti miei. Il rap è anche scrivere canzoni in cui ti spieghi, ma che poi devi comunque spiegare perché sono venute male”
Andrea ha un talento innato e una predisposizione congenita a portare al massimo livello tutto ciò che inizia a praticare e da cui trae piacere: la musica è al momento il modo attraverso cui ama esprimersi, una passione che nasce nell’adolescenza e cresce di pari passo con l’amore per il basket. Dopo aver inizialmente intrapreso la strada della formazione musicale accademica, frequentando la Music Academy di Bologna e i corsi del primo anno di conservatorio Jazz, Andrea si accorge quasi immediatamente che la sua attitudine alla composizione si allontana dalla formazione classica spingendosi invece verso tutti i nuovi strumenti che la tecnologia digitale mette a disposizione. Non suonando nessuno strumento in particolare, Andrea impara a sopperire alla mancanza di strumenti tradizionali utilizzando il beatboxing, la loopstation, il launchpad e l’auto campionamento vocale, che diventano i mezzi più congeniali per manipolare i suoni e comporre le proprie canzoni declinandole in un modo totalmente nuovo per il panorama musicale italiano. Una realtà che Andrea stesso cerca di cambiare, manipolare, grazie all’esperienza che sta maturando sul campo ogni giorno alla ricerca di un suo stile personale, uno stile che renda al meglio l’unione tra computer /tecnologie e quell’ispirazione che lo coglie e lo accoglie quando cerca di esprimere in musica se stesso.
EDIPO è un artista in continua evoluzione ma con un obiettivo costante: fare musica Pop, è come affascinato dall’apparente semplicità di creare il ritornello perfetto, arte che è forse la più difficile dell’ambito musicale. Per fare ciò alla base delle sue canzoni c’è sempre un minuzioso lavoro di ricerca nella stesura dei testi. Pungente e dotato di un non comune dono della sintesi riesce a fotografare la sua vita e la società in poche ma efficaci battute. Edipo, al secolo Fausto Zanardelli, produttore musicale di lavoro, Bastian Contario per attitudine, gioca con i sintetizzatori e gli strumenti più classici per cercare un’amalgama di suoni su cui srotolare le sue canzoni. Nonostante la particolarità dei punti di riferimento, nelle canzoni di Edipo si ritrova un gusto tutto italiano, classico dei cantautori dei fine settanta, unito e contrastato da quella schiettezza e quell’uso della metrica di chi ha fatto propri i dettami della musica hip hop e li riutilizza decontestualizzandoli, facendo un abile uso di una voce dai toni singolari. Un poeta contemporaneo che ha molto caro il tema della solitudine. Divertente e sempre molto intelligente nei testi, colpisce subito ma se si scava nel profondo, le sorprese sono sempre di più.
Spaceship Management is an idea by Enrico Mutti and Paul Sears.
Services for artists with talent who feel they may be ready for orbit.