The 125th release on Wired comes from the label boss himself, Enzo Siffredi with ‘No Sugar’ – a showcase of his signature gospel sound with a taste of techno. The track creates a hypnotic atmosphere with a serious groove, the perfect recipe to get any dance floor moving.
Inspired from the native indian dance ritual of solemn duty with a dash of Gospel / Slave chants unusual in dance music, creating a spiritual and community gathering on the dance floor. Creator and main man of Minimal Kids & Wired, inspired and driven by the piano of Paolo Conte, Brasens’s guitar and Berlin’s underground, Enzo regards himself as an outsider.
His aim is not to adapt musically to a stereotype label or style but to remain innovative and experimental, precisely maintaining the distinctive sound that makes Enzo Siffredi so recognisable. 2015 saw him make his debut on Defected Records with ‘Sometimes’ where he reached no.1 in the Deep House and no.3 overall on Beatport’s charts, no.1 on Traxsource as well as receiving worldwide support and appreciation including a WMC nomination.
In 2016 released EP’s on both Defected and Suara gaining continued support from major players in the electronic music scene including Carl Cox, Marco Carola, Claude Von Stroke, PanPot and many more.
This year started with his debut Toolroom release ‘Blow’ as well as upcoming material on Kerri Chandler’s important Madtech, Nervous and of course Wired and Minimal Kids. As part of the launch of his new label ‘Below the Belt’ Enzo played an exclusive vinyl only disco set on the rooftop of Hard Rock Hotel at IMS for AFEM, Ticketmaster and Smirnoff. The story is to be continued.