With a career spanning over two decades, Dario D’Attis remains one of the most prominent underground artists in house music. His contemporary and uplifting style of production paired with his vibrant and dynamic sets have continued to push his career to new heights, gaining radio traction and huge support from tastemakers and house lovers alike.
A recent string of releases on Defected have shown how Dario is continuing on with his prolific nature of working, building an impressive discography of his own productions as well as remixing huge tracks. 2019 has already seen the release of ‘Space & Time’, one of the first releases for our twentieth anniversary year, as well as his anticipated remix of Kings Of Tomorrow and Julie McKnight’s ‘Finally’ which is available to stream now: http://defct.de/DFTD037D5
But Dario’s success was by no means overnight, from a young age he laid is musical foundations in his Swiss homeland, and became a mainstay on the Zurich club scene, playing at clubs like Club Q and Supermarket.
It took years of hard graft before his work was being recognised on a bigger scale, with 2014 marking a breakthrough year, he began to creep to the top of Beatport and Traxsource charts. His release of ‘The Good Old Days’ showed a change of style, moving away from the female-lead vocals to the deeper, more club inclined sound, where he has largely remained since.
As well as his longstanding relationship with Defected, Dario has released on Moon Harbour, Hive Audio and our sub label DFTD. The future holds more of the same calibre in new music, as well as appearances at our sold out Studio 338 event this month, at Defected parties across the summer and of course Defected Croatia this August.
Below are the essential tracks of Dario's disography, that you should get to know...
Dario D'Attis featuring Jinadu - Space & Time (Extended Vocal Mix)