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Rodion

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Rodion is from Rome. Mixmag/UK called him the “new genius of Italian Dance music”.He released his debut album Romantic Jet Dance and a series of singles and remixes on Gomma Records, Les Disques De La Mort, Eskimo, City Slang, Bearfunk. He also remixed Giorgio Moroder, and quickly became a favourite of DJs such as Andrew Weatherall and the DFA crew. Rodion has been featured on playlists from the likes of Franz Ferdinand, DJ Harvey, Laurent Garnier, Maceo Plex, Erol Alkan, Daniel Avery, Francois K, James Holden, DJ Hell to name a few. Ed has collaborated with superstar crooners such as Louie Austen, Khan and Jeppe Kjellberg from Whomadewho, and with top-notch producers including Bottin, Fabrizio Mammarella, Francisco and Mexican rising star Mijo. Rodion also finds time to run his own Roccodisco record label and to be one half of the Alien Alien duo, together with Hugo Sanchez as featured on many compilations including Body Language vol.12 on Get Physical Records. Disco legend Giorgio Moroder played a Rodion remix during his first ever DJ appearance in New York. Rodion played live and DJed in many of the best clubs around the world, from Moscow to Paris, from Berlin to Istanbul, from Mexico City to New York, Rio, Shanghai and Kuala Lumpur.
His latest Generator album, a twisted blend of real instruments and spaced out electronics came out in 2016, on Nein.
Here s what Mixmag UK says about it: “Loose comparisons might place him somewhere between pre-‘Get Lucky’ Daft Punk and the poppy ease of Röyksopp, but Rodion is his own man, dipping into psy-trance, shimmering cosmic disco (‘Gamma’) and breathless pop-funk, all while maintaining a red-blooded pulse.”

                    

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