Hailing from Northern Italy, not too far from Venice, Alessio began his love of music at the age of 14 with his trusty CD Walkman. In his exploratory years in the world of music, he was intuitively guided to the likes of; The Chemical Brothers, The Prodigy, Aphex Twin, The Knife, Royksopp, Fluke, Photek, Underworld, Moby, Daft Punk and also a range of Hip Hop artists, such as; Tupac, Dre, Eminem, The Fugees, Coolio and some Italian rappers such as Neffa and Frankie HI NRG.

Inspired by his love of such an eclectic range of music he began by producing house music before venturing into other styles. After 15 years of making music, his current catalogue of music is nothing short of supreme. It’s hard to find a track that wouldn’t make it into a music lover’s collection. It is clear he takes his craft seriously as he explains “Every day I study and try to improve my skills”. His forte is the highest quality house music that can wander along the lines of disco house, dubby techno and either bumpin’ detroit or Chicago house but whatever the iteration, the guarantee is that he has the fix for what the dancefloor needs. This is addictive club music.

Not just a top-notch underground producer, Laesh is a veteran DJ having played throughout Italy and abroad – a highlight of his playing Vice Club in Tunisia, “The crowd there was the most energetic I had ever seen which empowered me to play a diverse variety of music, from classic to raw and acid house to lots of promo and my unreleased stuff”.
As a clubber and music fan you’ll find him at his favourite Dimensions Festival in Croatia, catch him dancing to the likes of Theo Parrish, Maurice Fulton and Moodymann – artists that he also takes inspiration from.

Saint Denis Saloon is a nod to a very popular Playstation game, being a gamer and finding inspiration in games, Laesh has created an unlikely crossover of the Wild West of America and some modern peak-time dancefloor music – yeehaa!!!

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