Cem Guvendiren also know as Cem G, never lets go of the groove in his elegant and uplifting sets. His young mind keeps his music energetic, while his experience seals the deal on the dance floor.

Having played parties like BlkMarket, ReSolute, South America Music Conference, Miami Winter Music Conference and various events around the world, he has shared the booth with important international artists during long lasting dj sets.

Right now located back in istanbul after many years spent in New York and Los Angeles, he is back to Europe to portray his eclectic sounds that he has been perfecting over the years.

His last solo project from the highly acclaimed Red Motorbike with Eddie C got great recognition from international artists all over the world. The label is known as doing priceless edits pressed on 45’s.

Now coming up with new releases, we will be able to see the lush disco power of his production .

He will be announcing more of his other collaboration and projects end of spring 2019, stay tuned.

Dunkle Dummies is a collaboration between the artists Francesco Assenza and Andrea Ferlin.

Naturally as a fusion betweeen the two minds that originated Sleep Is Commercial, the Dunkle Dummies project holds at it’s core the blueprint for the wider SIC dream.

Coming from different sounds and backgrounds, the Dummies blend their styles to produce a soundscape of multiple genres that enters straight into the heart of those searching for a deeper vibe.

In just a couple of releases they have define their own distinctive musical world, drawing with notes a bright and organic panorama looking out accross a solid rhythmic landscape.

Topper grew up in Turin (IT) surrounded by substances and tunes typical of a hippie-kind of environment. Jefferson Airplane, Grateful Dead and Pink Floyd were his daily milk.

His dad, the “hippie”, had a huge influence on him, and introduced his curious kid into the magic world of music and psychedelic culture.

That’s the reason why he felt like he was born for music.

Right at the beginning of the 3rd millennium he decided to move to Berlin. Since then, Topper is experimenting with his sound, discovering the hidden shapes of electronic and recorded music, meanwhile performing as dj with several Berlin crews (Klangsucht above all) and at several underground parties all around the city.

Since 2009 he’s resident with Daniele Papini at Club der Visionäre, hosting the infamous Noisy Glance party. Together with Daniele he joined Sleep is Commercial and became one of the djs/producers on which the label’s sound in productions and parties is focused on. He’s resident in all Sleep is Commercial parties in Berlin.

After his sound engineering studies and some years of deep studio engagement, in 2014 he released his first LP “Down by the River” and a handful of very well received EPs and remixes.

Moving to the infamous Pausenraum studio was the definitive shift into a jam based creative process through a hardware setup, whose outcome will be the foundation of 3 labels to be started in 2015.

Walker Barnard grew up on an ashram outside the American mainstream, listening to Balinese monkey chants, classical Indian music and The Beatles White Album.

His first experience of the funk came early on when his father, who was making music videos for Motown, brought him to hang on the set of the shoot for Rick James’s Super Freak video. In the early nineties, Walker started playing the bass in a funk-rock band called Mobius Trip. The band recorded in Los Angeles with the Dust Brothers of Paul’s Boutique fame and then with Beastie Boys keyboardist Mark Nishita.

Walker threw down on a range of projects—Including a Lemmy remix, and Vince Neil’s solo record. From there Walker’s journeys led him to Santa Fe, New Mexico where he continued to hone his bass playing and recording chops in a number of projects. It was in Santa Fe that Walker dove into the world of house and techno.

On re-emerging from the depths of the sweaty dance floor of his first warehouse party he knew that his funk was electronic. It was then that he began his mission to transpose the soul and depth of his live music experience onto the realms of house and techno.While living in a teepee outside Santa Fe, Walker got a call from a friend in NYC who was looking for a producer engineer to come work at a downtown manhattan hip hop studio. He thought that sounded pretty good, so with fifty dollars in his pocket boarded a plane bound for New York ready for the next chapter.

The studio turned out to be the epicenter of independent hip hop in NYC. Walker spent the next two years working with a long list of artists such as Company Flow, Saul Williams, Mike Ladd, Rob Sonic, Mos Def, Cannibal Ox and countless others.During this time, Walker also worked closely with producer and engineer Mike “Tweakin” Rogers, who engineered Deee-Lite’s first record, as well as countless classic Chicago and New York house releases.

In 1998 Walker produced “1972” with Saul Williams for the Ninja Tune imprint Big Dada. It was also at this time that Walker met and began collaborating with Jaymz Nylon on a string of house records for such labels as  Nitegrooves and Dirty Loop/3 to 5.

The late nineties in New York was a heady time where live and electronic music was constantly brewing together in clubs and hole-in-the-wall bars across the city. Walker himself was immersed deep in this bubbling boullabaise, playing bass and live electronics in lofts parties, warehouses, bars and clubs all over the city and East coast.

By 2000, the bubble was beginning to burst and Walker began seriously longing for the open skies and high mountains of New Mexico. He decided to follow his heart and so moved back to Santa Fe, where he began the serious study of recording and mixing music and in 2004 designed and opened his own recording studio to facilitate the production philosophy he had developed through his previous decade of experience.During the next four years, he produces and engineered numerous records, including the 2006 Grammy winning album “Sacred Ground”.

Walker’s studio eventually became the home base for the small but incredibly fertile dance music scene in Santa Fe. Along with his partner, Sylvie Forêt and a family of like-minded musicos, Walker threw epic open air parties in exotic locations, inviting artists such as Bruno Pronsato, Bodycode, Lee Curtiss, and Mikael Stavöstrand. Walker also played live sets all over the West Coast, from the Decibel Festival in Seattle to Burning Man and numerous West Coast clubs and festivals.

In 2008 Walker relocated to Berlin where he began to release music with his friend Patrik Skoog, aka Agaric, on We Are, and on Produkt Schallplatten, with the likes of Santos Resiak, Alland Byallo and Sebastian Herre.

In February 2010, Walker completed a techno rite-of-passage with the release of “The Discoball Miner” ep on Unfoundsound, which has been played by the likes of Jeremy P. Caulfield, Mark Henning and Ed Davenport.
You can catch Walker’s live sets in Berlin at Bar 25, Arena and Farbfernseher. 2010 will continue to be a busy year for Walker, with four more releases on D.O.C., We Are, Thema and Thema Spatial.

Look out for D.O.C. 033 Mule the B3 EP out on vinyl and digital July 14th. Reviewed in the June issue of De:Bug and already blowing up dance floors in Berlin and beyond.


Download “The Discoball Miner” ep on Unfoundsound
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Walker Live at Farbfernseher March 31st 2010
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http://www.facebook.com/walkerbarnard

Rebekah Aff was first the energy of the parties she was attending, she purchased her own set of turntables and began Djing regularly at Galapagos in Brooklyn and Canal 59, in the Chinatown area of Manhattan.

Through these residencies Rebekah was able to meet and play alongside Magda, Dinky, Troy Pierce, and other influential DJs residing in New York at that time.
Rebekah eventually relocated to Berlin in search of affordable rent, fewer restrictions, and a larger music community.

Soon after her arrival she began playing regularly at the city’s infamous Beatstreet parties while at the same time securing a summer residency at the notorious and revered Club der Visionaere. Over time CDV has proven to be Rebekah’s most inspirational practice ground due to regularly playing multi-hour sets for an intimate sea of hungry listeners.

She currently maintains a bi-weekly party of her own at the canal side club known as “Night Owl.” Berlin also afforded Aff the opportunity to meet and work with world-renowned DJ Richie Hawtin as a record-encoder and eventually at the offices of his Minus Multimedia Imprint.

Through their friendship, Rebekah began performing regularly at Minus parties across Europe. She has played in a multitude of locations across the continent including but not limited to, Brixton Academy, London, The Paradiso in Amsterdam, Berlin’s Watergate, Fabric, London, and Barcelona during the Sonar festival.

Over the last years Rebekah has become known for her position as a Minus warm-up DJ, but it is her continued experience from Club der Visionaere that can be heard most in her record selection.

Her style spans gracefully between the outliers of dub to the warmest deep house and techno.

Rebekah is currently working on her own production.

When it comes to Daniele Papini it is impossible to separate the man from the musician. Every step Daniele has taken in his life is in time to the beat of the music he was hearing and producing during that specific moment.

His childhood as a classical pianist; his teenage years growing up on the London squat scene, as the bassist in a punk band; the instant love affair when he first encountered techno in 1998, embracing the radical anti-conformist message of the early rave-scene, traveling worldwide blasting the system from his huge wall of sound, to his early club residencies in Florence; all these encounters have given him the richly textured eclectic sound that he has honed today, that he brings to his live sets, to Sleep is Commercial and to studio productions made in Berlin, his home since 2006.

Daniele’s home is in fact just one big studio. Love at first sight with techno brought him into contact with his other great passion in life: music production.

A chance meeting with Alen Sforzina in Croatia in 2005 led to the foundation of the GraFit Project, whose early collaborations were released on Italian label Urban Mantra and German label Toneman. Walking through the backyards of techno Daniele has been introduced and welcomed into many electronic families but it was his solo track Church of Nonsense, released in May 2008 that brought him international acclaim as the artist behind a track considered at the cornerstone of the techno genre.

While his studio productions are chart-topping successes which reach a broad audience, he has also earned professional respect as a producer with a musical output characterised by a subtility and sophistication.

Since he first caught the techno-bug in 1998 he has never been able to escape the dancefloor as dj. His trademark sound immediately recalls his complex musical history, an openness to the non-electronic world and genres of music often less associated with techno, whilst he balances a technical crispness with an alluring rhythmic warmth made for dancing.

As well as continuing to play worldwide and in Berlin’s top venues, like Watergate and Arena, and of course the infamous underground one-off Sleep is Commercial parties, he is also a resident at the cities best summer terrace, Club der Visionaere.

Right now Daniele is also focusing on his Pausenraum Studio and working on various different projects ranging from techno to indie. He is still heavily involved in his own Noisy Glance music project and of course is a central part of his Berlin-family, Sleep is Commercial.

First shot for Mezmeric.

This name sound new to the most, but will became familiar in the next few months.

His refined ambient section is only the prelude of an amazing journey we will do together.

In early 2007, Giuseppe Marchegiano began to produce under the pseudonym of Hubble, shortly after the release of his first vinyl on Moulton label, he began to gather support from the underground and techno scene in Berlin and on the international level.

He likes to consider his works as tools and not necessarily created to be officially released. We can call Hubble’s works “long hypnotic journeys”.

Hubble, with his floating Techno sound and Psychedelic atmospheres has fronted a number of parties and events all around the world. We can’t assign to him a specific genre or style, that’s why he appeared on the past years in different locations with very different stories and vibes from Club der Visionaere (his favorite location) to Berghain, from Arma17 to Picnic Electronique in Montreal, from Rural Festival in Japan to Sunwaves in Romania, expressing his versatile attitude to music.

In 2010 he releases his first album “Forget me not” for the label Archipel Musique and in the same year he started his collaboration with the Berliner underground collective Sleep Is Commercial. His first collaboration with his friend Pheek as EEBB and his second album “Reverse Utopia” were released on Sleep Is Commercial and most of his releases feature on the LTD only vinyl series of the label.

Since then he has been releasing music on many other labels such as Haknam, Not So Secret Diary, Concrete Records and other unofficial nonprofit projects as unknown artist. Hubble will start in 2015 his own music label.

Cali although his young age, his been around for some time. Born in PR,a small island in Caribbean, not everyone could associate his dark grooves with his roots. 

Djing, producing, promoting and launching his new label are just a couple of his achievements. Cali Lanauze although his young age, he’s been around for a quite some time already. Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, a small island in Caribbean, not a lot of people could associate his dark grooves with the Caribbean vibes, but Cali started in the music industry at a very young age; he was only 15 years old and since day one, he was releasing music and getting support from the heavyweights for his productions.

Cali was only 15 years old and since day one, he was releasing music and getting support from the heavyweights for his productions. At his young age, his influences and the support he got in the electronic music culture was enormous. 

Everyone from Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin, Radio Slave, Davide Squillace just to name a few where playing his tunes.
 Now promoting and producing events in his native island of Puerto Rico, he is establishing his mark in the industry better than ever, curating weekly lineups and sharing the decks with dj’s like Dixon, Art Department, Guy Gerber, Damian Lazarus, Lee Burridge, Dj Tennis & many more.
 

Apart from this Cali, at his young age, has been able to releases on some of the most respected labels worldwide like Sleep is Commercial (Berlin), Daniel Sanchez label BlaBla (Amsterdam) & others. In addition, his hit single with the also Puerto Rican native Jonny Cruz on the prestigious My Favorite Robot Records (Canada) with a massive remix from Crosstown Rebels own Fur Coat and went on to the Beatport Top 100 Charts for three weeks. More recently, Cali has been on the verge of really developing his sound and developing Puerto Rico’s scene. 

Releasing tracks consistently with artists like Circoloco’s resident Andrew Grant, Bpitch Control’s Kiki, Bob Beaman Germany resident Rolland Appell and much more has put him in the spotlight in the last year. Lately making stops in main cities in the US like Flash, Washington DC, Bushwich A/V Brooklyn, Pattern Bar, Los Angeles and soon touring Central and South America, Cali will be bringing his dark grooves to your city soon. 

https://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/calilanauze/biography

“Good Old Future” X-Mas Dreamcast Tracklist

Per Aspera – Wareika
Alabama – John Coltrane (Edit)
Replop – Ricardo Villalobos/Max Loderbauer
Trou Blant Boléro – Django Reinhardt
Good By Swingtime – Matthew Herbert Bigband
New Day – Sun Ra
Alabama – John Coltrane (Edit)
El Hombre – Pat Martino
Edith And The Kingpin – Herbie Hancock Feat. Tina Turner
3 Day’s Eye – The Softmachine
Spontaneous Simplicity – Sun Ra
Line Up – Lenny Tristano
Alabama – John Coltrane (Edit)
Ad Astra – Wareika (Edit)
Barock – Aufgang (Wareika Remix)
Harmonie Park (Scene 7) – Wareika
Jazz Shaman – Wareika
Make You Mine (Wareika Remix) – Lovemonk
Ad Astra (Reprise )- Wareika

Founder and Manager of Sleep Is Commercial, Francesco Assenza is today a gifted Dj in the international electronic scene and he´s growing fast with his production.

Francesco began as a guitar player, interpreter and songwriter, active in the Italian pop-music scene, then became a Dj, but he has always been immersed in music.

Known to most who followed the undergroud Italian electronic scene at the beginning of the 2000s, Francesco moved to Berlin in 2007 where meet and start to collaborate with Andrea Ferlin creating Dunkle Dummies.

This cooperation gave life to Sleep Is Commercial, started as a music label and now became an open multimedia project of applied creativity, focused on music, art and event organization.

In recent years more and more present in the programs of the leading clubs in the industry, and is active in Berlin whit his residency at Club Der Visionäre / Hoppetosse.

The cooperation of recent years with The Club Der Visionäre, gave birth to “Ferien Auf Sardinien”, an event lasting four days, that since three years is held in a secret location on the outskirts of San Teodoro, Sardinia.

These days, with SleepIsCommercial and Berlin, Andrea is part of two unique communities, one specific and the other general, both dedicated to moving electronic music ever forward.

And in Berlin Andrea has really discovered and shaped his sound, producing a signature apparent in all his tracks and performances, something seeming to sway effortlessly between the beat machine and the snake charmer.

Look for patterns within the over ten year career of Andrea, a strong theme emerges in his commitment to artistic collaboration. Whether in the studio, party, or living room he shares the decks with friends, DJs, newcomers whom inspire him towards constant new projects and experiments.

Cem & Rg never lets go of the groove in their dark triply and uplifting sets. Their young minds keep the duo’s music energetic, while their experience seals the deal for the dance floor. 

Having played at parties like, BlkMarket, ReSolute, South America Music Conference, Miami Winter Music Conference and various parties around the world, the duo got to share the booth with important international artists during long lasting dj sets and proved that their sound is not to be missed.

Cem & Rg never lets go of the groove in their dark triply and uplifting sets. Their young minds keep the duo’s music energetic, while their experience seals the deal for the dance floor. 

Having played at parties like, BlkMarket, ReSolute, South America Music Conference, Miami Winter Music Conference and various parties around the world, the duo got to share the booth with important international artists during long lasting dj sets and proved that their sound is not to be missed.

Agazzi’s addiction to underground music came with the same passion of his father Maurizio, old school dj that, after seeing him taste it, destroy, burn more than a few dozen, decided was better to teach to the soon what they were actually pins and vinyl, and with a multitude of information vital to his musical growth.

Aga growing experimenting with his sound, discovering the darkest sides of techno music, meanwhile performing also ambient & jazzy items growing as a dj with several crews and at several underground parties in the Italian scene.

Since winter 2010 he is in the roster of Sleep is Commercial playing in Berlin with the crew especially at Katerholzig and Club Der Visionaere.

http://www.sleepiscommercial.com/artist/sunny-charles

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Music that moves both your feet and your feelings has been a long-standing preoccupation of dj and producer Matteo Spedicati. His first influence was his dad, who played his eager young son records from his vast collection. Listening, the hairs on the back of his neck stood on end, and Matteo soon realised that this crazy strong response could only be delivered by music.

 

Like many teenagers. Matteo, on guitar, formed a garage band with his friends in Calgari. Unlike his peers, Matteo began to compose his own songs, score the other instruments, and experiment with musical software, adding electronic sounds and effects when he produced the bands demos.

 

Around the age of 21, he first started going out on the Italian clubscene and immersing himself in the minimal sound flourishing during that time. Matteo desperately wanted to dj. He didn’t have the money to buy turntables but he did have a PC, so when his friend, life-long collaborator, Renato Figoli, turned up one day with a cracked copy of Cubase 5 they set about recreating the sounds they were hearing on labels like Kompakt and Perlon. In 2006 Matteo released his first EP on imprint Gumption Records. That was just the start. Since then a series of exceptional releases, featuring his distinctive and infectious blend of techno and house, has earned critical acclaim and the support of an international line-up of fellow djs and producers. (Richie Hawtin, Ricardo Villalobos and Karotte to name a few.) He has worked with Joseph Capriati on CMYK e Alchemy, with Alessio Mereu on Toy for Boys, with Mr. Bizz on Tuning Spork and Resopal, with Mendo on Great Stuff.

 

In 2008 he embarked on an new project with Andrea Ferlin as Clarissa Haze Duo. This partnership, which they have now brought to SLEEP IS COMMERCIAL, saw them fusing their techniques together, adding a psychedilic and organic texture, to create an album and an live act that gained high profile support from the electronic music world. Following this Mateo also set up his own imprint, Carillion with friend with Giuseppe Cennamo in 2010.

 

And of course, Matteo now has those turntables and his skills as a dj are just as assured as his productions. He is an increasingly influencial player back home as well as being invited to play across Europe, known for his discerning taste, his flawless technique, and the tangibiltiy of his dancefloor- making the crowds hairs stand on end- always aiming for that strong emotional connection he felt listening to his dads records all those years before.

Topper grew up in Turin (IT) surrounded by substances and tunes typical of a hippie-kind of environment. Jefferson Airplane, Grateful Dead and Pink Floyd were his daily milk.

His dad, the “hippie”, had a huge influence on him, and introduced his curious kid into the magic world of music and psychedelic culture.

That’s the reason why he felt like he was born for music.

Right at the beginning of the 3rd millennium he decided to move to Berlin. Since then, Topper is experimenting with his sound, discovering the hidden shapes of electronic and recorded music, meanwhile performing as dj with several Berlin crews (Klangsucht above all) and at several underground parties all around the city.

Since 2009 he’s resident with Daniele Papini at Club der Visionäre, hosting the infamous Noisy Glance party. Together with Daniele he joined Sleep is Commercial and became one of the djs/producers on which the label’s sound in productions and parties is focused on. He’s resident in all Sleep is Commercial parties in Berlin.

After his sound engineering studies and some years of deep studio engagement, in 2014 he released his first LP “Down by the River” and a handful of very well received EPs and remixes.

Moving to the infamous Pausenraum studio was the definitive shift into a jam based creative process through a hardware setup, whose outcome will be the foundation of 3 labels to be started in 2015.

Hugo, as a jazz trained musician, found inspiration to make music from a combination of elements and influences.


His 10 years career takes him all over the world. Since the beginning Hugo focused his efforts on the “live performance” side of dance music, creating several live projects as UBIT, that delivered the Ibiza anthem A-sid chosen by Mauro Picotto for his Meganite mixed set in 2004 and COMADISCO, an electro-punk trio experiment built to explore the darkest side of his talent, releasing its mega hit “Love in a bookshop” on Irma Elettrica in 2005.


After several dancefloor burner, HUGO started to explore the brighter side of his dance attitude releasing a series of fresh tunes which blended jazz, house and funk that brought him out on the worldwide scene. In 2008 Hugo released “The Sloop and the Siren” on Jay Haze’s label Tuning Spork. The Sloop rapidly became a must have for all the dj’s of the global scene, a contemporary classic for dance music market. Hugo’s works have been appreciated by the most influential artists and his remixes are gaining great feedbacks all around.


Hugo is rocking the globe with shows in the most valuable world clubs as Womb, Fabric, Paradiso, Footwork, Watergate, Rex and traveling around 12 months a year. His anthem “The Sloop” has been selected as official soundtrack of Detroit Movement Festival 2009 and his production has been released by labels such as Tuning Spork, Mobilee, Systematic, Viva, 2020 Vision, Great Stuff, Om, Cr2, Claque, Rebirth, Material, Formatik among the others.


2010 will see the first steps on his new project, Goodvibe Records http://www.goodviberecords.com/ where he is going to release with his fellow mates and producers from all over the electronic music global scene. Goodvibe Records headquarter will be in Turin, where Hugo built a new studio, Nipple Slip Studio, and where he is working silently at his next vision, a solo album.

Founder and Manager of Sleep Is Commercial, Francesco Assenza is today a gifted Dj in the international electronic scene and he´s growing fast with his production.

Francesco began as a guitar player, interpreter and songwriter, active in the Italian pop-music scene, then became a Dj, but he has always been immersed in music.

Known to most who followed the undergroud Italian electronic scene at the beginning of the 2000s, Francesco moved to Berlin in 2007 where meet and start to collaborate with Andrea Ferlin creating Dunkle Dummies.

This cooperation gave life to Sleep Is Commercial, started as a music label and now became an open multimedia project of applied creativity, focused on music, art and event organization.

In recent years more and more present in the programs of the leading clubs in the industry, and is active in Berlin whit his residency at Club Der Visionäre / Hoppetosse.

The cooperation of recent years with The Club Der Visionäre, gave birth to “Ferien Auf Sardinien”, an event lasting four days, that since three years is held in a secret location on the outskirts of San Teodoro, Sardinia.

Dunkle Dummies is a collaboration between the artists Francesco Assenza and Andrea Ferlin.

Naturally as a fusion between the two minds that originated Sleep Is Commercial, the Dunkle Dummies project holds at it’s core the blueprint for the wider SIC dream.

Coming from different sounds and backgrounds, the Dummies blend their styles to produce a soundscape of multiple genres that enters straight into the heart of those searching for a deeper vibe.

In just a couple of releases they have define their own distinctive musical world, drawing with notes a bright and organic panorama looking out across a solid rhythmic landscape.

In early 2007, Giuseppe Marchegiano began to produce under the pseudonym of Hubble, shortly after the release of his first vinyl on Moulton label, he began to gather support from the underground and techno scene in Berlin and on the international level.

He likes to consider his works as tools and not necessarily created to be officially released. We can call Hubble’s works “long hypnotic journeys”.

Hubble, with his floating Techno sound and Psychedelic atmospheres has fronted a number of parties and events all around the world. We can’t assign to him a specific genre or style, that’s why he appeared on the past years in different locations with very different stories and vibes from Club der Visionaere (his favorite location) to Berghain, from Arma17 to Picnic Electronique in Montreal, from Rural Festival in Japan to Sunwaves in Romania, expressing his versatile attitude to music.

In 2010 he releases his first album “Forget me not” for the label Archipel Musique and in the same year he started his collaboration with the Berliner underground collective Sleep Is Commercial. His first collaboration with his friend Pheek as EEBB and his second album “Reverse Utopia” were released on Sleep Is Commercial and most of his releases feature on the LTD only vinyl series of the label.

Since then he has been releasing music on many other labels such as Haknam, Not So Secret Diary, Concrete Records and other unofficial nonprofit projects as unknown artist. Hubble will start in 2015 his own music label.

DJ and producer Andrea Ferlin is one of the founders of Sleep Is Commercial.

It was in 2008 that Andrea, alongside Francesco Assenza, brought the label to life with the release of tracks as duo Dunkle Dummies and with the launch of the now legendary Sleep Is Commercial nights.

While moving to Berlin and establishing Sleep Is Commercial represent the latest chapter in Andrea’s decade long career, his impressive and extensive background in electronic music have made him a familiar name on the international club circuit.