Deep Tech House Producer/DJ Andy Ascencio, born in the Dominican Republic also raised in Haiti, developed a passion for music at a young age; he began his career at the age of 13 DJing at clubs and private events in D.R.

After graduating from Full Sail University, Andy was lucky enough to work closely as an assistant engineer in the studio with artists such as Pharell Williams and many more.

He performed as a DJ at several Miami Beach nightclubs such as Dream and the Newport Beach Resort.

Andy has participated to compete for MIDEM off Showcase 2012 in France, ranked #22 out of 200 contestants.

Influenced by Electro, Tech, Tribal, Big Room and Underground House.

Focused on creating a fusion of diverse sounds, Andy succeeded in developing his own trend and signature sounds; which are composed of atmospheric textures, mixed with big kicks, deep bass, groovy percussive patterns and futuristic FX. Andy's releases are now available on iTunes, Beatport and many other shops around the world.

To ensure bookings, please let us know as soon as possible, by writing us and don't forget to have a look at his social networks pages were you'll find plenty of material in order to listen to his sounds.

Inspired by DJs/Producers such as Carl Cox, Hernan Cattaneo, Chus & Ceballos, Eric Prydz (Pryda), Victor Calderone, Loco Dice, Funkagenda, Chocolate Puma, 16bit Lolitas, Trentemoller, ATB, Sander Kleinenberg, Matt Lange, Steve Lawler, Erick Morillo, Tocadisco, Umek, Koen Groenveled, 303 Lovers, Ahmet Sendil

Sound: Deep House/Tech House fused with Electro / Minimal Elements.

Labels: Sambuca Records, Balkan Connection, Bedroom Records, BWG Records, BDivision, RT60 Records


Andy Ascencio   www.AndyAscencio.com, United States

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    Andy Ascencio on December 08, 2013 17:56

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