Juanito - Why Not EP
French DJ and producer Juanito has been causing huge waves in the underground House and Techno scenes, thanks to his arsenal of top quality production weapons that have been destroying dance-floors all around the world.
Since exploding onto the scene in 2011 after being discovered by Roger Sanchez, the multi-talented artist has released tracks on renowned labels like: Stereo Productions, Stealth, Sanity, Witty Tunes and SK Supreme, gaining regular support from heavyweight DJs such as: Marco Carola, Roger Sanchez, David Penn, Stefano Noferini, Dale Howard and Joeski to name a few. Influenced by his Iberian roots, Juanito loves to share his passion with the crowd, which is why when he is locked in the studio, he is always seeking to create unstoppable groovy tunes that are sure to make people dance. His infectious records have led landed him extensive touring in Europe, playing some of the biggest clubs in: Ibiza, London, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Lyon and Montpellier, as well as his hometown Grenoble.
‘Why Not EP’ is next in line to be added to Juanito’s impressive record collection. This two-track EP, consisting of an Original mix and Dub mix, has everything you could possibly want in a House record. Full of heavy beats, groovy, a funky bass-line and swirling pitched synths, ‘Why Not EP’ fills all the necessary requirements to kick start any party and take the dance-floor on a magical, musical journey. It’s no surprise that tastemakers such as: Luciano, Santer, Paco Osuna and Cristian Varela have been throwing their support behind this release.
Juanito’s latest offering was quickly signed up by Inside Label, releasing the recond on the 25th of March, 2016. The release will see Juanito join the imprint’s ever growing roster that includes top names like: Ruben Zurita, David Abarca, Yamil, Alvaro Smart, Adrian Alegria and Kike Medina – an achievement many aspiring DJs and producers dream of. With ‘Why Not EP’ hitting the record store shelves, Juanito’s rise to the top shows no sign of slowing down.
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