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EUROBEATS at Union Stage



EUROBEATS at Union Stage

The EUROBEATS Festival will feature 10 European electronic musicians from 10 countries at Union Stage in Washington, DC on September 27 & 28, 2019, from 6 pm to 1:30am. The festival aims to highlight top young European artists at the forefront of electronic music.

Representing Italy, DJ Spiller will perform on Saturday, September 28th at 10:15pm. Anticipating his return to the U.S, the original Venetian disco aficionado, Spiller has topped global record sales of over 2 million records. His seminal "Groovejet" featuring Sophie Ellis-Bextor remains an evergreen classic whilst his recent sets continue to keep things fresh within the dancefloors across Europe.


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Cristiano Spiller

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 Cristiano Spiller is an Italian electronic music DJ and record producer. He is best known for his 2000 single, "Groovejet (If This Ain't Love)", featuring Sophie Ellis-Bextor. The song reached number-one in the UK, Australia, Ireland, and New Zealand. It sold over two million copies and was rumored to be the first song to be played on an iPod. 

When he was a teenager, he was already introducing himself to the world of Italian house and dance music. In 1997, he released his first single, "Laguna". Billed as Laguna, in 1997 Spiller teamed up with fellow Italian producer Tommy Vee, to release the single "Spiller From Rio (Do It Easy)", which reached number 40 in the UK Singles Chart. In 1998, he signed a music deal with the British record label, Positiva Records, a subsidiary of EMI UK, releasing his first solo single in the UK entitled "Batucada". In 1999, he released "Mighty Miami EP", a maxi-single including the instrumental track "Groovejet".

In 2000, the vocal version of "Groovejet" was released. "Groovejet (If This Ain't Love)" featuring the British singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor peaked at #1 in the UK, Australia and many other countries, becoming one of the most successful dance records of the year and winning multiple awards. It was also the first song to be played on an iPod according to technology journalist Steven Levy and the BBC's TOTP2 Goes Disco! Groovejet sold over 2,000,000 copies worldwide.

In 2003, Spiller decided to take control over his own productions and thus established his own independent label Nano Records, based in Venice, Italy and since then he keep things fresh within the dancefloors across Europe.




Data: Da Ven 27 Set 2019 a Sab 28 Set 2019

Organizzato da : Please see above

Ingresso : Libero


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