Dario Trapani: I want to devote myself completely to my music

We are happy to welcome our next guest, Dario Trapani!

Dario Trapani - DJ and producer has had a passion for dance music since he was a child.
The turning point for him comes with the tech-house project "Swallen" which allowed him to make himself known in the international music scene.
During the pandemic, the producer from Palermo continues to produce and, in November 2021, signed a contract with Dutch DJ Hardwell's "Revealed" record company, to present - in January 2022 - the official cover of the song "Sweet Harmony" by " The Beloved" - historic song that had success in the 90s - adapting it in a house key together with the collaboration "Plastik funk" reaching over 7 million streams on Spotify.

We caught up with Dario to find more about his upcoming release 'I'm Hot' on Risky and other projects. Enjoy!
Hello Dario, and thanks for taking the time to chat to us. How are you doing and whereabouts are you based currently?
— Hello everyone, I'm fine and right now i'm in Italy, exactly in the city of Palermo located on the island of Sicily.
What have you been up to recently?
— I recently dedicated myself to setting up my new recording studio.
A space of my own where I can maximize my creativity and productivity.
Congratulations on your upcoming single "I'm Hot"on Risky. Please can you give us a bit of history about the release?
— "I'm Hot" was born thinking of making a track a little different from my usual. With sounds a little harder and straighter. A product designed for the dance floor. Also to finish I wanted to insert the voice of an Australian rapper written specifically for this track, to make it even more attractive and give a touch of freshness.
What feelings are you hoping for the listener to experience from the release?
— I hope I can give them a lot of energy and make them want to move. The same energy I felt composing the same track.
What kind of things are aspiring you at the moment?
Right now I want to devote myself completely to my music, experimenting with new sounds and being able to convey my passion to a large audience.
Which artists have had the biggest influence on you as an artist?
— Having lived through the 90s as a kid, I was imprinted with those sounds. one of the artists who inspired me in that period was Gigi D'agostino, the very one who pushed me to want to know more from this world. Today there are really many good artists. I follow a lot: will Easton, Martin Ikin, Maur and Avian Grays.
Thank you so much for chatting with us today and congrats on your release. To finish off, is there anything else upcoming from yourself that you'd like to share with us?
— Thank you very much, happy to have spent this time with you. I hope to come back soon with lots of news for you to listen to and share.
See you soon!