Welcome to Sounds From NoWhere

SFNW begins as a podcast series aiming to showcase the finest Techno all over the world. More than that it’s about a common purpose, a shared mission: spread and promote the highest quality and involve in our forward-thinking scheme.

Latest podcast: Raffaele Attanasio

We welcome Raffaele Attanasio for a podcast today.
Pianist, arranger, producer and live set veteran: he cultivated a passion for music since he has been a child, and now Raffaele represents the proof of the Italian’ success all over the world.
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Latest podcast: Raffaele Attanasio

Sounds From NoWhere welcomes aboard the Italian dj & producer Raffaele Attanasio (Letters From Jerusalem).

Raffaele Attanasio also known as ‘X-501’ was born in a family of musicians.
He cultivated a passion for music since he has been a child, infact he started to have piano lessons.
At the age of 12 he started to take ones first steps in the world of djing and after 5 years he made his first productions.
In this period he was really into techno music, electronic music and classical-contemporary composition.
In 2007 he took the piano graduation which improves his artistic language.
Raffaele Attanasio is a pianist, arranger and producer.
During his career he collaborated with artists such as Orlando Voorn for the personal compilation on Nightvision Records.
Now he is supported by important artists such as: Len Faki, Luke Slater, Ben Sims, Kirk Degiorgio, Chris Liebing, MARCEL DETTMANN, Ben Klock, Juan Atkins, Derrick May, Oscar Mulero (oficial) and Dustin Zahn.
The artist has choosen Italy as his home.
Raffaele wishes one day the public will be less xenofile because it should be proud of italians talents and don’t make them live the “Bel Paese”.
European artists should be less envious of italians.
Raffaele Attanasio is the proof of italians success.

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