Saturday, April 27, 2013
Made In Brazil @ Soundgarden Hall
E D M N Y C is hooking you up with a chance to get your TECHNO on this Saturday in Philly! Back by popular demand, Soundgarden Hall is proud to present, Made in Brazil, an event that will transport you deep within the soul of Brazilian, tribal house with none other than MIB mainstay, Luciano Pardini along with Elvis Suarez and Guil Henriques. If the name, Luciano Pardini rings a bell to you then it’s probably because after his last performance at Made in Brazil the positive feedback was so great he simply had to return; only this time he is headlining.
You can be absolutely certain Soundgarden Hall is going to be the best place to be this Saturday night. Make sure to arrive early so you won’t miss any of the action. And make sure to dress
TWITTER CONTEST RULES
1. Follow @EDMNYC on Twitter
2. Follow @SoundgardenHall on Twitter
3. Retweet E D M N Y C’s original contest announcement
4. Tweet: I want @EDMNYC to pick me for #MadeInBrazil free tickets!!
5. The more people who follow us and RT the message will have the best chance to win.
Contest ends around 1:30 on Friday and ALL lucky winners will be contacted at that time. Keep tweeting for your chance to be there! GOOD LUCK!
Spencer Callahan for EDMNYC
ABOUT LUCIANO PARDINI
If there is one word to describe Luciano Pardini’s sets, you can try “ENERGY”. Everyone attending to one of his parties is seduced by his charisma and energy.
Luciano was born in Brazil. His mixed roots from a Brazilian father and an Italian mother may help us to understand all of the charisma, sexy appeal and energy transmitted by his sets. And, it’s not only at his sets that we feel it, as a person, Luciano preaches and transmit positive energy at all time.
His talent as a DJ was something he had asleep, hidden and that even himself didn’t know about.
After modeling in his native country at his 20s, Luciano moved to USA, where he became a business owner. He was always attending to the house music scene as “audience”, even his closer friends called him “club addict”.
More and more he began to attend to events being held in New York. Every weekend, he was even more dragged into the house music scene; he was so inspired by Carl Cox, Danny Tenaglia and later by Victor Calderone .Pretty soon he started to feel the need to be out there, not only listening and dancing but “playing”
When we ask Luciano how he became a DJ, he answers: “I had a dream and I went for it”
His determination and capability to run towards his dreams directed him to build his home studio and to learn how to set up and use all of the equipment at his booth. He learned how to play his first ropes by trial and error. His natural hidden talent very soon would be noticed. After some practice on his home studio, playing to friends, he was brought to play at legendary New York’s night club “Spirit” in early 2006.
After that, he was discovered by mega promoter Rob Fernandez, who gave him the chance to play at Pacha’s basement. After a few gigs at the basement, Rob gave him the chance to play at Pacha’s main floor. They both created a party that has been breaking records of attendance at Pacha: “Made in Brazil-NYC”
With ongoing, relentless house music beats and a hint of Latin influence associated with unique vocals, Luciano knows exactly how to bring the Brazilian out in all of us.
He controls the crowd with his unbelievable mixing of house/techno music and vocals; every item on its exact dose to make sexy and deep dark live sets that definitely sets him apart.
In 2007 Luciano Pardini started producing his own tracks; together with a fellow Brazilian Mauro Mozart, Luciano produced “The world of the sound”, his first track. After that, his “dream” started to turn to something “professional”. With the productions, Luciano Pardini was starting to naturally show up another face of his talent, bringing his career to a whole new level.
He’s been playing at some night clubs at the Big Apple and around the US. In 2008 his native country had the chance to know his work; Luciano went at his first “Brazilian Tour” with great success which made him return to Brazil at another tour in December of 2008.
As of 2009, Luciano Pardini is working with label companies Pacha Recordings, Accuna Productions and he lately has joined leader New York Label Company KULT Records.
Luciano has produced over 20 tracks at his own plus Remixes too; some of them listed as top sellers at Beatport.com (“Tribute to Pacha-NYC”, “The beat of the Bee” among others); a challenge that production veterans would have been proud of.
For the future, with all the hard work Luciano has put in with his productions, he is ascending to be the next big name on the DJ-producer’s entertainment business.