The passion for electronic music started early, in 1995 Felipe Bruni already played his first LPs in small parties in the neighborhood, influenced by known names as David Moralles, Frank Knuckles, Armand Van Halden, Todd Terry, among others that made part of his style Deep House, who had always left their mark wherever they played.
On the next year he was one of the DJs invited by the DJ Ricardo Coppini to play at Emerald Hill in São Bernardo do Campo, one of the most famous clubs of that time. Getting better every time at the type of music, Felipe Bruni was already playing at all the clubs in the Grande ABC.
In 1999, already expanding he’s technique in mixing and playing some other titles of the Progressive House in he’s set like: Trisco, Sander Kleinenberg, Harry 'Choo Choo' Romero and others. He was invited to play at D..LOFT/SP, playing for a crowd of 2500 people, starting one of his most famous nights as a DJ.
The result of Progressive House in his sets had such a good acceptance, that Felipe Bruni received a invitation to become the resident every 15 days that was commanded by the famous promoter of São Paulo Mauricio Neves, at the club DOLCE/SP.
He’s fame and feeling took him to participate at other big events and famous nights. Playing with famous and important names of the Brazilian scenery like: Ricardo Coppini, Leozinho, Claudio I, Buga, Anderson Noise, Fabrício Peçanha, Mau Mau.
Now Felipe Bruni is with the Progressive House in his blood, has inspirations of great artists, within them John Digweed, Deep Dish, Layo & Bushwaka, Hernan Cattaneo, Lee Burridge, Satoshi Tomiie, Milton Jackson, Jimmy Van M, MOS & Olivério, Spirit Catcher, Neil Quigley and Shur-I-Kan.