For decades now, Marco Donato and Federico Marton aka the Italoboyz have been bringing energetic sets and inventive productions to the underground dance world. In that time, these obsessive crate digging Italians have picked up an unrivalled understanding of, and love for, everything from jazz to funk, hip hop to classical, and it all bleeds into the timeless house sounds they release on labels like Moon Harbour, Viva Music, Circus Recordings and many more.
In their time they have had a number of cult underground anthems from 2007’s Viktor Casanova on Mothership to 2008’s Zinga on Get Physical, and right now their Unquenchable Woman single with Blind Minded is getting played by tastemakers, and dance to by true house lovers, all over the world.
Every new tune this acclaimed pair put out brings with it a sense of sonic evolution, and as well as releasing a fine LP and more than 100 cuts in all the pair also run their own Superfiction Recordings label. As DJs they run the gamut between many different styles, joining up the dots between big moments and deeper, headier soundscapes, and have done so at clubs and festivals all over the world.
This Spring under the banner of their label they head to Fabric London, will start their own Ibiza residency at Veto and will play at Hoppetosse and Kitkat in Berlin as well as in Basel at Borderline and Basing House in London. Currently getting lots of love for their remixes of Freedom B – The Lit on Criminal Hype and a Manu Gonzalez beat on Oblack, they also have a firing EP, Jomma, out now on Sanity and have new joints lined-up for Voltage Musique, Saved Records, their own Superfiction and Spilt Milk.