He’s been called a musical mastermind and a wunderkind, and it’s easy to see why. At just 22 years old, he has already made a name for himself in the progressive house scene. His tracks are influenced by top DJs like Alesso, Hardwell and Swedish House Mafia, and they present organic sounds that feature pianos, guitars, and violins. What sets him apart from other producers and DJs is his ability to create catchy melodies that stay with you long after the track is over. He has a bright future ahead of him, and we can’t wait to see what he comes up with next.

No doubt about it, the house and techno scene have grown exponentially in recent years. At the forefront are legendary artists and renowned labels who have captured the hearts of many around the globe and converted more along the way. Standard-bearers of the scene continue to drive the sound forward in an unrelenting manner, while rising artists have carved out their own share of the scene with unique styles and takes as well. All in all, it’s an exciting time to be a part of the house and techno community.

Carlo Ratto is no stranger to the world of music and DJing. He made his debut at the young age of 12 and has since gone on to grace the consoles of some of Italy and the world’s most popular clubs, including Hollywood Club in Lloret de Mar, Via Notte Club in Corsica, The Beach, and Millionaire Club in Torino. Ratto’s success is a result of his unbridled passion for music and his natural talent for mixing tracks together seamlessly. He has an innate ability to read a crowd and knows how to get them moving – whether they’re dancing the night away or simply tapping their toes along to the beat. Ratto’s impressive career is a testament to his skill as a DJ and his dedication to his craft. There’s no doubt that he’ll continue to bring Joy to club-goers around the globe for many years to come.

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