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Italian “Playboy” Di Saronno express his romance for house music on W&O Street Tracks


With another bumper selection of new music, W&O Waze & Odysseyʼs Street Tracks Imprint continues to shine a spotlight on new and emerging artists across the globe spreading their house and electronic dance spectrum.

This time showing the excitement and joy by Italianʼs House purist Frank” Di Saronno” Ferraro proud to premiere “One Million Roses” wrapping up this bustling Imprint Selection with his shuffling beats and micro jazzy samples.

Already been in the spotlight of Data Transmission since from a while, Californian born Francesco Ferraro now based in Italy has been making music for more than 15 years, with various monikers. Over the past few years has released on a slew of leading labels including Nervous Records, Glasgow Underground, Dopewax, King Street Sounds and many others.

Nominated last year on the Top#100 Traxsource Ones To Watch Artists, his music is always meticulously produced and incredibly sophisticated, with an emphasis on gorgeous, swelling synths and patient progression, resulting in dancefloor-focussed cuts that are never anything short of breathtaking. With the ambition to constantly push out tunes that screech originality it’s no wonder why he’s respected among fellow worldwide powerhouse names like Kenny Dope, Todd Terry, Eddie Amador, JohNick, Supernova, Miguel Migs, DJ Dan, Angelo Ferreri and more…

The strong vibe of this unique concept is mainly concentrated on the bassline consistency. Characterizes itself with a driving groove that penetrates the lower tonal frequencies in a strong fashion. With addictive vocal chops layered in and effectively topping off the demand around the track’s melodic core, there’s no doubt the track concocted an entree designated to compliment the rest of the Street Tracks Volume 11 menu.

We premiere ‘One Million Roses’ on Data Transmission today, it’s included on W& Street Tracks Imprint Vol. 11 is available from 21st May 2021grab it here.

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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