Today we have an Italian duo that are all into the deeper sides of electronic music. DZeta N’ Basile hit the bigtime when they were asked to remix Robert Owens’ “I’ll Be Your Friend” as part of a package of remixes by the world’s hottest producers. Since then, they’ve been on a roll.
The tune was a huge hit all summer and got played on dance floors across the globe. After that, their name has rocketed to the top of the Beatport charts over a number of times, with further singles and remixes alongside the likes of Nina Kraviz, Burnski, Alex Jones, Silicon Soul and Nicole Moudaber, Robert Owens, Lattner, Huxley and Franky Flowerz.
Ingrained into London’s underground clubbing scene as individuals for some years now, Davide Zeta and Claude Basile have become a force not to be reckoned with since their decision to join forces three years ago. the duo has managed to carve a name for themselves amongst the underground elite with their very own strain of stripped-back deep house. Already a favourite in the British capital, regularly impressing at the city’s premier clubs such as Fabric, Ministry and The Egg. Gig-wise there aren’t a lot of countries that they’ve played, only UK, Italy and the US, but wherever Dzeta N’ Basile have set foot they are asked back after people have witnessed their performance.
Aside from their time spent behind the turntables, throughout 2012 and 2013 DZNB found themselves in a prolific mood production-wise. Having hit the big time when they were asked to remix Robert Owens’ ‘I’ll Be Your Friend’ as part of a package of remixes by the world’s hottest producers, including Jamie Jones, Soul Clap and Gadi Mizrahi, Matt Tolfrey and Inxec, Dyed Soundorom, and Jay Tripwire, their remake was a huge hit all summer and enjoyed global recognition on the dance floor.
Further successful releases followed, on the likes of Wiggle, Nite Grooves, 1Trax and Luna Records, with DZNB’s former alias consistently rocketing to the top of the Beatport charts. Composing both singles and remixes alongside the likes of Nina Kraviz, Burnski, Alex Jones, Silicon Soul and Nicole Moudaber, Robert Owens, Chris Lattner, Huxley, and Franky Flowerz, to name but a few. The guys reached a new height when they were called on remix duty of ‘Bar A Thyme’, a track originally produced in 1995 by House Legend Kerri Chandler on Nite Grooves Records. Without keeping you any longer, check out what these two have in store for ya. Turn it up!