Davide Squillace

Davide is not available for comment. He’s got to catch a flight; he’s rushing to the studio; the stage manager is frantically hurrying him into the booth; he’s meeting to discuss plans for his labels…or any of the other myriad reasons why Davide feels like he hasn’t slept, eaten or stopped running for what seems like his whole life.

Born in Siena, raised in Naples, it took a trip to London for Davide to finally discover electronic music. Wooed by the mood and sound of the British scene, he returned to Naples flush with energy, excitement and a knowing that this new calling would consume him.

Davide immersed himself in this world in every conceivable way. In 1999 he began studying at the Naples’ school of sound engineering, tinkering with his first productions, promoting techno events, and finally performing. His first releases on Primate Records, Design Music and Conform were a cadence of his arrival and showcased the young artist’s steadfast style.

Having honed his craft at home, in 2004 Davide left Naples for Barcelona unwavering in his resolve. Now, while touring around the continent, he began to release in earnest what would become a massive body of work, and at a dizzying pace. His productions have graced the catalogs of some of the finest labels including Ovum, Sci+Tec, Morris Audio, Resopal Schallware, Supernature, CMYK, Adagio, Viva, Nervous, Saved, Shake, Rillis; the list goes on… Which is not even to speak of his curating and releasing on his own labels – Sketch, Minisketch, Vir, 500, Titbit and most recently the bold Hideout Records.

In addition to his genre-defining works, Davide continues to inspire and ignite dancefloors worldwide. Whether it be at Circoloco, where he has been a resident since 2007, Womb, Berghain, D.Edge, or any other marquee venue, Davide plays with an unequalled funk and excitement. His signature sets, revered by the masses and peers alike, do a double duty in guarding our much-loved traditions while constantly pushing them forward.

The realm of possibilities for one of electronic music’s leading lights is endless. Unfortunately, the minutes in the day are not. Davide’s answer is simple – do what you love and make no compromises.

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Bullitt Bookings | Worldwide

DNF Bookings | Circoloco World Tour ,Italy & Ibiza.

Be4 Bookings | Spain

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Hideout Exclusive showcase in London! 12.03.2011

By Matteo on February 16, 2011 | Category: Davide's blog, Events, Luca's blog, News | Tags: , , , , , , , |

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Davide Squillace: “Be water” RA interview

By Matteo on January 15, 2011 | Category: Davide's blog, News | Tags: , , , |

The Italian-born producer had a breakthrough year in 2010, but he’s not done yet. RA’s Grego O’Halloran talks DC-10, Bruce Lee and more with Davide Squillace.

read the full interview >> Here

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NYE & NYD 2011 …It’s Circoloco!

By Matteo on December 23, 2010 | Category: Davide's blog, Events, Luca's blog | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |


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HIDEOUT 24hrs in New York!! The storm is coming! 18.12.2010

By Matteo on December 16, 2010 | Category: Davide's blog, Events, Luca's blog, News | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

>> District 36
>> The Rivington

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Deconstruction Revisited Slice 2

By Matteo on December 13, 2010 | Category: Davide's blog, Luca's blog, News, Releases | Tags: , , , , , | Deconstruction Revisited Slice 2

The Hideout Deconstruction Revisited series is going into phase two, here we go:
After the french connection (D’Julz and Paul Ritch ), this new release sees a more international bundle of top class producers : To start, we have Dusseldorf’s master producer Martin Buttrich (Desolat, Planet E, Pokerflat) put his magic hands on Davide Squillace & Luca Bacchetti´s Around The Bay (HO001). The track starts withan “acoustic style” beat and, a strong sine sub bass line, evolving to a jacking groove with rising vocal sample, intelligent synth lines , and arabic flute break. On B2, Carola Pisaturo (Titbit, Claque) delivers a more minimal rework, using bouncy sub bass, vocal snipets, 909 snare and clap… giving Davide Squillace and Luca Bacchetti’s Around The Bay a rebirth. On the flip side, Mathias Kaden’s ( Vakant , Cocoon ) relecture starts with a strong shuffled tribal beat,
909 toms , synth lines … Mathias interprets the original elements of Around The bay in a very personal way, dropping snipets into reverbs and delays in order to create a deep rising atmosphere untill the track peaks. Just like in Davide’s and Luca’s sets – just when you thought there can’t be more after the peak, they surprise you with another groove that captures body & mind: Enjoy this edition of the Deconstruction Revisited series, they’ll be back with more!

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Fuse, London

By Matteo on December 8, 2010 | Category: Davide's blog, News | Tags: , , |

There is a little big gem in London , this is like a fairy tail made of soft colors astonishing people and a sound system. If u happen to pass by here u can t miss to make yourself a gift and visit one of the most amazing club vibe now a day…. FUSE


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Hideout in Montreal @ Stereo, Fri 10.12.10

By Matteo on December 6, 2010 | Category: Davide's blog, Events, Luca's blog, News | Tags: , , , , |

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Deconstruction Revisited Slice 1 – Out now!!

By Matteo on November 25, 2010 | Category: Davide's blog, Luca's blog, News | Tags: , , , , |

No matter where you spent your last summer holidays, Davide Squillace or Luca Bacchetti were
there to rock a club or a festival near you, spreading the Hideout sound and life style around
Europe and beyond. But don´t think the two accomplices only spent the last months hanging out
on sunny beaches when they were not behind decks or waiting for their next flights. They were
plotting for something big: Deconstruction Revisited. Deconstruction Revisited is a brand new
series of releases, bringing friends and artists Davide and Luca  like and respect into the family.
Each record will include revisits of the Hideout catalogue by top notch producers.

This will all start with Slices 1: a bundle made in Paris where  two of the best producers from the
city of Amelie made their reinterpretation of Luca Bacchetti’s music. First of all, Djulz
(Poker  Flat, Bass Culture, Ovum…) took “The  Endless Summer” and turned it into a house
anthem with a great shuffled 909 beat, some classy organ stabs and a groovy bass line.

Then Paul Ritch ( Quartz ) made his own interpretation of “What Your Soul Sings”
Paul uses here strong beats, funky cumbaia style bass line, white noises and driving percussions.

Next Slices will include revisits by Martin Buttrich, Mathias Kaden, Carola Pisaturo, Robertz Dietz,
Jamie Jones, Sis… Stay connected!

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Hideout in Tokyo @ Womb, FREE DOWNLOAD!!

By Matteo on November 24, 2010 | Category: Davide's blog, Luca's blog, News | Tags: , , , , |

Dear friends! here you can download and share Luca and Davide’s
sets recorded at Womb on Friday November 12th!

To download HIDEOUT in TOKYO click >>  HERE

(part 1)

(part 2)




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Thank you Womb! Thank you Tokyo!

By Matteo on November 13, 2010 | Category: Davide's blog, Luca's blog, News | Tags: , , , |
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