Free Download: Tomaz vs Filterheadz – Sunshine (Vini Pistori Edit)
Vini Pistori is living in São Paulo since the age of 12. and in 2009 was cited as; a self-made man by Brazilian Mixmag. Self-taught, he delved into other sounds of electronic music.
He was influenced by the groove and musicality of house music and techno pioneers of the late 90s, in addition to the progressive house of John Digweed and Sasha, who were the references for his development.
As a DJ, he has played at venues like D-Edge, Laroc, Pacha, Manga Rosa, Disco Club, and Ressonancia in his hometown, São Paulo. On the coast, he played at the Café de Lá Musique Beach Club São Pedro, Café del Mare, and Vive La Vie, where he kept a monthly residence in Guarujá among others.
Vini was the official DJ of the launch of the Diadora 2008 collection, and also played for brands such as Diesel, Reserva, and Moët & Chandon, in São Paulo. As a producer, he has remixed the Danish band WhoMadeWho, and the Italians Hunter / Game next to some of his own original work.
Vini Pistori on his edit: ”The original track marked a moment of my life, as it was when I went to my first big festival, the Skol Beats, where the lineup was filled with big names, like Sasha, Digweed, Hernan Cattaneo, Dave Clarke, Groove Armada, Todd Terry and some more. I was 15 years old and almost all DJs played this track, when I first heard it on one stage and then heard it on another one at different times, it was there that I decided to follow the career and become a DJ and later a producer. And as this music marked me, there was no way I could not make a version with my identity, it was the Intec classic, label from Carl Cox, many good memories of my first experience at a festival.”
Tomaz vs Filterheadz – Sunshine (Vini Pistori Edit)
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