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January 22nd, 2022 / By: Wausti

As many might have noticed, Il Capitano, Gigi D'Agostino is going through a bad period with an agressiv illness. He recently posted a photo on his socialmedias where he looks very weak and has to use a walker to get around. He following recieved massive love and response from his fans and followers, and to show their support there is arranged a "Flash Mob" tonight at 18:00 CET where people are asked to show their support by posting/playing ...

June 28th, 2020 / By: Wausti

This year, like many others, many people had been looking forward to all the festivals the summer brings, but because of the Corona-virus all festivals has been cancelled and many has begun doing virtual events....

David from Slow With Style then came to us with the idea of joing this trend and doing the first ever Italo / Slow Style festival ....online! Gathering a bunch of artists and let them play for you during a weekend ...just like a real festival! Of course we could...

April 10th, 2020 / By: Wausti

ATTENZIONE!

In 2015 we released this track under the name "Samhain" but unfortunately that name is already used by another artist. For that reason we are going to re-release it under the name "Sawin" instead which is actually the way you pronounce "Samhain" ...which is the original gaelic word for Halloween!

For the release we would like to include some fresh new remixes, together with the original versions - and for that we need your help...

September 1st, 2019 / By: Würden

With tremendous pleasure and excitement IDP is announcing the third volume in our "IDP Compilation" series with 14 brand new and never before released tracks and remixes.

It's been 5 years in the making since vol. 2 (sorry about that) but now the final piece to complete the Italian tricolore collection of IDP Compilation is finally here!

Obviously we wish to extend a great many thanks to all the fantastic producers who made this exclusive...

April 22nd, 2019 / By: Wausti

To see Gigi D’Agostino live you either have to go to Italy or be very very lucky that he comes to a place near you, and since a regular show is about 1,5-2 hours long it is a bit far to travel the distance “just for that”. Luckily he has a few dates of the year where he has a kind of “all-night-long”-event where he plays for about 10 hours in a row (many times Luca Noise joins him as support). These dates has been for Easter, Halloween and New Year’s Eve and usually on Discoteca Le...