- Created: Monday, 14 April 2008 17:41
- Written by Mike Fossati
Every now and then, a new star is born and shines bright, but many of those stars disappear as fast as they emerged. Certainly this is not the case with Tony Loreto, a young Italian producer and DJ currently living in Switzerland who has become a household name in the house music scene in recent months thanks to some of the most sought after remixes he has put out with a consistency and quality rarely found these days. There are no limits of genres for Tony Loreto when it comes to remixing songs and adding his own distinctive touch and sound to them as you can judge with him remixing the likes of Terence Trent D'Arby, Mary J. Blige, Stevie Wonder, Sting and also house classics such as "Motherland" by Tribal House or "No smoke" by Koro Koro to name just a few.
Tony Loreto also released the highly acclaimed "The Spirit EP" on Tony Records and most recently various high caliber remixes such as "The meaning of love" by Andy Tamashi and "You remind me" by Kenny Carvajal featuring Swaylo (the result of a collaboration with Abicah Soul), with many more production and remix projects in the pipeline.
Don't miss to check out an exclusive interview with Tony Loreto at our partner site InDaMix Worldwide as well as our exclusive mixshow showcasing some of his production and remix work.