2 Italian legends and the R2D crew on a big ONAIR party to end the 6th season /
Leo Anibaldi - Maurizio Pavesi (BIT MAX)
Leo Anibaldi is a living legend and the ultimate Italian Techno pioneer, he was then and he is now, his tracks can found in the playlist of the most wanted DJ across the globe as we speak.
But let's go back to how it all started. Leo Anibaldi at the age of 15 discovers his passion for electronic music using the first computers available like Commodore Vic 20 and 64, he begins to create his first loops and soon he plays in clubs as Dj Mc.
Not long before all this is a well established passion and he becomes a big analog synths collector and spends his daily life into the creation of beat groove.
1990 finds him in Acv records where he will make 20+ albums like: Attack Random, Riders of the future, Noise Generation, Muta, Cannibald and Aeon in a long life course, while soon after 1991 he teams up with another Italian veteran, Lory D and the two decide to start the alternative music movement universally known as The Sound of Rome, all in a small garage.
The rest is history, international recognition for his analog sound, Love Parade festival in Berlin, he releases in Reflex and in 2005 he launches his own label Cannibal Records.
Italian DJ and producer Maurizio Pavesi contributed to house & techno projects Cold Ice, The End and Bit Max. He also released tracks under aliases Art Of Pink, Emmepi, Rizen, Rizeneto and Pavesi Sound, but going back to the start of his artist career he began when the first free radios were born in Italy. Maurizio Pavesi is immediately hired as speaker and D.J. and at these roles soon he became famous in Italy thanks to his notoriety, he began to receive offers from nightclubs at the age of 16.
In 1982 the first records were released upto the success "AO NO BUNGALOW", 1984 he composes and produces the song "I'can stop the beat" which became a massive hit.
1990 is "Dig-it" but in this case Maurizio Pavesi used the pseudonym Bit-Max and his music enters the European ranking among the top 50 best-selling records and more follows, "Dance (just dance for me)", "Extasy express", "Can you feel it babe" .... etc.
A first LP in 1992 "PAVESI SOUND dance collection" and meantime for Milan Radio 105 station, Pavesi continues his fantastic radio experience.
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Leo Anibaldi-Bit Max-Dance Riot ONAIR Report2dancefloor
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