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Артист: Donati Amato Название: Fiendish Жанр: House Год выхода: 2013 Label:: Starside Records (STD001) О музыке:
With their latest tracks ‘Fiendish’ and ‘Wild Horses’ getting airplay from the likes of Tiesto, R3hab, Afrojack and Thomas Gold as well as
being played in the clubs by just about every big name out there, Donati Amato are causing quite a stir....Backed by a mass collective of elite
spinners that include Benny Benassi, Roger Sanchez, Alex Gaudino and Jamie Lewis, Italian natives Donati Amato have been steadily rising up the
dance scene ladder of late with ever growing strength in their production output which has been backed by numerous club dates to global
audiences.Perhaps most famed for their 2010 release Donati Amato vs. ATFC ‘Thrill Me’ , which is a still a playlist favourite among DJs and
radio shows worldwide from Defected to Release Yourself . The talented DJ and producer duo have since seen many of their other release shooting up
charts from the UK Cool Cuts, Beatport and Music Week dance chart. With a production armoury that consists of dance floor gems such as ‘Like an
Angle’ and their latest releases ‘Falling’ and 'Back In My Arms' , reaching number 1 and number 5 in the UK up-front chart, the future
of Donati Amato appears to be gleaming with positives.Donati Amato may also be familiar under their Hernandez Vs. DJ Tyo guise; a pseudonym that
has seen them put out tracks like 'Let's Get Down' – which was picked up and heavily rotated by Subliminal head Erick Morillo.Outside
of the studio the pair operates one of Italy’s key dance imprints in E-Lab Music . A mainstay for the Italian dance scene for a number of years, the
label has since garnered a reputable reputation for discovering new music and emerging producers leading to strong airtime support for the label
andits artists’.With their specialist radio show Kunique , which is broadcast weekly on Italy's leading dance music radio station M2o , Donati
Amato are a leadinglight in the country for pushing new and upfront dance music whilst acting as a channel for listeners to tune-in to a wide
selection of guest DJs from Copyright, Chocolate Puma Jesse Voorn, Scumfrog, Avicii and many others.Through their individual experiences both artists
have produced and mastered countless dance tracks for a list of artists over the years; Amato most notably being part of the dance outfit DWA famed
for the 1992 club classic ‘Please Don't Go' that went onto sell in excess of 10 million sales worldwide , while Donati on the other hand
has seen singles out on the label of Alex Neri , as well as on Sony Europe . All this combined talent means this vivacious duo have the necessary
skills and foresight to turn a simple idea in the studiointo a killer dancefloor favourite. Which may explain why the demand for their name on club
billings worldwide has been rapidly on the rise?Summer 2012 found Donati and Amato seeing out a 9 date residency at The Paradise Club in Mykonos
between July and August playing alongside some of the biggest names in the business as well as countless other gigs not only in their home country of
Italy but also all over the globe...
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The boys are back! Donati Amato never cease to deliver the goods and this time around present us with a cross-genre thumping instrumental
that takes its name from a top DJ's exclamation the first time he heard it: 'Fiendish'... What's next?