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__Born in the dynamic and restless quarter of San Salvario, in a northern town of Italy, Torino, J.Sintax absorbs the new wave of electro that invade Torino at the end of the 90's. Attending the most engaged undergrounds clubs in town, such as The Plug, Bordello, Doctor Sax, J.Sintax begins to understand the potential of electronic music. Involved in a wide range of musical genres, J.Sintax starts to focus his interest in an eclectic conception of music, that begin with experimentation. Naturally born like an instrumentalist, preferring guitars, he starts researching a new sound that mix up with electronic music. The dream is to finally combine analogic instruments with electronic experimentation, with also a strong dance floor setting. J.Sintax career started at the beginning of the century playing techno-minimal sets with vinyls, through his beloved Technics; then he direct his efforts toward producing tracks with Reason, Ableton Live, boss gt-5 and Korg Emx. In Torino he plays in the squats underground area, like Askatasuna, Bunker and Csa-Murazzi, in the cultural center for emerging art of Villa Capriglio and in many parties around the town. He also sets up for a period with the postmetal band Kynesis, introducing electronic instrumentation.
The year 2010 marks strongly J.Sintax, adding oriental influences after more than one year of permanence in Istanbul, where he played at Beat Club and Papillon. J.Sintax is still seeking new contaminated sounds, bypassing techno, electronic, dark minimal, idm. His liveset for 2011, it' s a mix of old and new musical references: realized with Ableton Live and Korg Emx, has been released this April on the polish radio broadcast Afera, established in Poznan, during the Dj's Night show. J.Sintax started a tour playing in different polish clubs and meeting point. In 2012 he became a Piemonte Groove Young Talent, playing in some big festival of the region such as Collisioni and Club to Club. After spending some months in Cambodia during 2013, where he played in various khmer and western clubs such as LV and Blame Canada, he came back to Italy looking forward to new productions and new projects, adding Phenol synthetizer to his gears! Now, finally moving forward to Canada, Montreal!
__Nato nel dinamico quartiere di San Salvario, J.Sintax assorbe l’ondata electro sopraggiunta alla fine degli anni ’90. Partecipando ai maggiori club della città, come The Plug e Doctor Sax, comincia a lavorare con il potenziale della musica elettronica. Legato da sempre alla sua Fender, immerso in un ampio ventaglio di generi musicali, comincia a sperimentare ricercando un compendio tra i generi, pur rimanendo ancorato all’electro e alla techno. Aspirando a combinare l’analogico col digitale, J.Sintax comincia a produrre utilizzando la sua Korg EMX, Reason e Ableton. Ha cominciato a suonare nei luoghi più underground di Torino, come Askatasuna, Csa Murazzi e Asilo. Dal 2010 si ritrova immerso nella cultura turca, dove viene influenzato dalle differenze sonore; ad Istanbul suona al Beat club, primo afterparty della città, e al Papillon. Inoltre presenta il suo live per il 2011 alla Dj’s Night su radio Afera, in Polonia, dove suona in varie locations. Nel 2012 entra in Piemonte Groove come Young Talent e suona in diversi grandi festival come Collisioni e Club to Club. Dopo vari mesi in Cambogia nel 2013, dove suona in alcuni rinomati club khmer e feste sulla spiaggia occidentali, fa ritorno in Italia producendo insieme ai NoizyKnobs. Finalmente oggi si riparte, riunendosi ai progetti canadesi! https://hearthis.at/j.sintax/
Comments by J.Sintax
oh ciao nè. so many memories here =)
go go go!!!
great set! thanks for the support #dmt
oooo imissed this one!
@avery-adriana-barrera: =) thanks