Popular Italian born Producer/DJ. Manuel De Le Mare will come alive in Colombo Sri Lanka on Friday, 8 December. Manuel has spent the past 24 months delivering money-shot releases and remixes, whilst marrying a lifetime of passion and dedication to his love of DJing. This ability within his musical sphere has pricked the interest of [...]

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DJ Manuel De Le Mare comes alive in Colombo

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Popular Italian born Producer/DJ. Manuel De Le Mare will come alive in Colombo Sri Lanka on Friday, 8 December.

Manuel has spent the past 24 months delivering money-shot releases and remixes, whilst marrying a lifetime of passion and dedication to his love of DJing.

This ability within his musical sphere has pricked the interest of global artists like Mark Knight, John Acquaviva and Feddle Le Grand who have all requested his studio talents, whilst leading Beatport to bestow him the award of ‘Best Remixer 2011’, a suitable follow up on his nomination for ‘Best Deep House and Techno Artist’ back in 2010.

With his music growing in stature on ever release, the demand with his bookings has not been far behind.

Already a familiar face at global venues like Ministry of Sound in London, Womb in Tokyo and Fabrik in Madrid, Manuel has managed to procure a global fan base that has enabled him to perform his music throughout Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa, as well as North and South America.

His sound stretches somewhere between house and techno, whilst respectfully treading the line between commercial and credible underground. It is this quality which has led to him having already amassed label credits with some of the scenes finest imprints; Universal, Toolroom, Ministry of Sound and Stealth.

The strength of his own recording label, which he runs with Alex Kenji and Luigi Rocca, is a testament to his intelligent foresight within his music. In a little under five years, 303Lovers and Hotfingers have both respectively find themselves being earmarked by major players like Richie Hawtin, Mark Knight, John Acquaviva, UMEK and TiŽsto, Pete Tong, Bob Sinclar, Roger Sanchez, Axwell, David Guetta as a solid source of good quality electronic music.

The latest album of his team ‘Toolroom Knights’, compilation mixed by FORZA (a trio consisted of the three owners of music labels 303lovers and Hotfingers – Manuel De La Mare, Luigi Rocca and Alex Kenji) will be out tomorrow, 26 November.

When three of Italy’s hottest and fresh-thinking DJs and producers – Alex Kenji, Manuel De La Mare and Luigi Rocca – decided to combine, the result was quite literally their namesake: Forza – translating as force – summarizes the trio’s waves in the worldwide scene completely.

Featuring exclusive cuts from each member in the form of: Alex Kenji’s ‘Latch’; Manuel De La Mare’s ‘Mirage’ and Mike Vale collaboration ‘So What’, and ‘Crack Of Dawn’ from Luigi Rocca along with Piatto collaboration ‘Cosmic Girl’, ‘Toolroom Knights Mixed By Forza’ parallels the threesome’s driving enthusiasm through an incredible selection of upfront, unreleased and classic tracks.




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