Fabio Seramota came into this world (7th August 1988) in a small town called Torres Vedras in Portugal, and then travelled to England with his family when he was still a teenager (2003).
Once living in the UK, he found his passion for music, in the form of Hard House / Hard Dance. This passion then evolved from listening to music, to wanting to play it. He fell in love with the idea of playing to a crowded dance floor and seeing everyone enjoying their self, jumping around and going crazy to his music.
He first laid his hands on a set of Technics in 2007, and with the guidance of DJ Skol & Aaron James he practiced everyday until he got his first official booking to play at Club 414 (Brixton, London) for an event called Reflex.
Soon after this booking he got his first residency, playing Hard Trance every Sunday afternoon at The Brixton Telegraph for Sundaze as a Y.T.S. With each week that passed, his fan base grew exponentially, as did his bookings, resulting in him playing for various underground events within the London circuit (Primetime, Just Groove, Spin & Zoology to name a few).
Since growing and nurturing his talents from these early years, Fabio has been a regular favourite for many events in London. Not only for his skills on the wheels of steel, but also for his pro-active attitude and professional demeanour in which he carries himself and his career.
2012 was a massive year for Fabio; it saw him really find his sound and make it his own, gracing the decks at major events such as Frantic, Twist, Sunnyside Up, Bioshockk and many more, playing a mixture of hard, uplifting, driving beats. It was during this year that he had started to make his name known within the industry, with a booking (or two) on most weekends, clubbers and promoters alike were now starting to take note of this rising star.
He now has his sights set on 2013, and having just confirmed a residency with new promotion Strike. You can be sure to see him out and about, whether he’s playing or not, giving 200% commitment, which can be recognised in his motto “Keeping The Vibe Alive” which comes from his first residency at Sundaze. Having carried this saying with him from the start of his career, he truly is a credit to the industry, and a definite one to watch in future years to come.
A word from the man himself:
“My biggest influences have to be Justin Bourne, Ilogik, Roosta , Skol , Aaron james and the big man himself Andy Farley. It was their music that really got me going when I was clubbing, and ultimately I have them to thank for my love of Hard House.
'' LETS KEEP THE VIBE ALIVE ”
- Hard House