House of Frankie meets Federico Scavo at ADE 2016

During our visit at Amsterdam Dance Event 2016 we had the pleasure to meet Federico Scavo and had a chat with him.

Amongst Italian rising stars, Federico Scavo has gained respect and notoriety on international level.
In a short period of time he gave birth to several hits that are forward thinking dance tracks soon become staples for DJs around the globe.
Federico has got an ability to play and produce the most innovative funky house and electro tracks.
In 2002 the release “Another Brick in the Wall’ by Pink Coffee Project, officially approved by Pink Floyd, soon puts him amongst most innovative and interesting rising talents on international level and is awarded with “Disco D’Oro” in Italy.
Let’s all chant ,Gimme five,Get Funky and Otherside both gain .n.1 in the beatport chart, and soon came important remixes commitments such as Bob Sinclar’s ‘ a far l’amore’ or John Acquaviva ‘Wiki leaks’ which made him one of the most required remixers at this time.
July 2011 is the date of incredible success ‘STRUMP’, the song on everyone’s lips that gains a relevant place in the 10 Top dance on iTunes with an intriguing video in 100% burlesque style. The track, has got a melody simple but smart refrain which even stones cannot help dancing.
Still at number 1 Beatport house chart with Lady remix, Federico has got a busy schedule both in studio than with gigs around the world
His profile is also enriched by TV SHOWS experiences, one in 1998 when he released a soundtrack for MTV Europe Music Awards and in 2009 when he took part as composer and presenter of the ‘Gambero rosso TV show’ on Italian national channel, which makes him a very eclectic artists not just into the club culture boundaries.

Here is our short interview during ADE 21st Edition:

We are here with our dear friend Federico Scavo. Welcome to House of Frankie!

Thank you for having me, I’m very glad.

Thank you for being here.

What do you think about this 21st edition of ADE?

It’s always great coming to this conference. It’s a meeting point for all the people that you have been in touch with throughout the year. It’s very important to establish relationships personally. This year I’m glad that I’m meeting Tom Star, he made a remix for my summer record “Que pasa”. It went very well, so we are waiting for this release.

Are you taking part to any of the events that are taking place during these days?

Yes, I played at David Tort’s party, a Spanish guy who lives in America. It was a super warm party, we had so much fun! Tonight I’m playing at “Italians do it better” , a party thrown by Amerigo Provenzano. It’s the first time that we organize a reunion for Italian Deejays, all the international deejays have been working together for many years. We want to do the same thing, gathering top Italian deejays all together for an event.

Oh it’s a very great initiative! Any future projects in your pipeline?

Of course, I always have new projects. Right now, I have a new album which is going well, particularly in England, broadcast on BBC and Radio 1 and also played by Danny Howard, Annie Mac and many other top deejays. It’s called “Bug” and it has been released on Patcha recordings. This album is doing really well, we are working for a vinyl version so that all the radio stations in the world can include it in their schedule. These are some of the new projects and then there are several remixes for a few pop artists that I can’t tell you right now but I will reveal them little by little, exclusively for you.

Ok so would like to give us your wish for House of Frankie the new underground radio from Milan?

Of course I wish you all the best for this new experience. Good music is a must!


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