Silent Storm Podcast

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The brainchild of two devoted Italians, Emanuele Millozzi and Luke Di Lullo, the story of Silent Storm thus far has been one of promise and prosperity. Identified by an unwavering dedication to evolving, purist Techno, the demand for Silent Storm has rapidly increased since its inception back in 2012. Always embracing the future, the UKbased imprint prides itself on quality, forward-thinking Techno rhythms and has established a firm reputation for all things dark and desolate. Refusing to endorse frills or fashion, Silent Storm is resolutely independent and respectful of its Techno roots. A welcoming stable to like-minded artists from around the globe, one of the label’s core values is it’s insistence to bolster the profiles of emerging producers, helping give them the exposure they deserve. Through careful curation, the label’s sonic repertoire consists of such talents as Black Asteroid, D. Carbone, T78, Yan Cook, Frank Biazzi, Brandon Moeller, Andre Keller, Raffaele Rizzi, DJ Emerson, A.Paul, Skober, Tom Laws and Dino Maggiorana. Swift and relentless in ascendance, Silent Storm’s progressive rise was highlighted by Beatport when they selected the techno imprint for the Hype Label Spotlight feature. This was further underlined by the success of their 44th release courtesy of label heads, Emanuele Millozzi and Luke Di Lullo, and ‘Let It Go’, with T78 on remix duties. Supported by such respected names as Umek, Christian Varela and Felix Kroecher, it attained Top 10 status within the Beatport Techno Chart, staying in the top 100 for more than four months. It was also Beatport’s 37th best selling Techno track of 2019. In addition, further recent notable releases on the label come in the form of Andre Keller’s X-Asteroid, which achieved more than 1 million plays on Spotify, and his remix of Nico Rinaldi’s ‘Catapult’, which Ida Engberg road-tested on the main stage of Awakenings. Both releases also made the Beatport Techno Hype chart. Marking the birth of the new decade with emotionally-charged intentions, Silent Storm is ready for it’s most intentional year yet.

48 episodes