Stereo Palma bio & releases
Stereo Palma (Attila Naksi), a powerful and energetic house DJ has gained huge success in the past years all over the world. His productions include “Cada Vez”, “Dreaming”, “Miami Bitch”, “Andale” and the 2011 remake of “Lick It”.
In 2012 Stereo Palma had a club banging hit "Our Love" with a legendary voice Craig David. The track was remixed by Mikael Weermets, Myon & Shane 54, Stefano Pain, Malibu Breeze and Vlegel.
Following worldwide chart successes a summer house bomb was co-produced by Stereo Palma and Malibu Breeze: "Coracao" was a 2014 take of the latin/house smash with fresh new sound.
2015 brought “Sexy Girl” featuring an American singer and again top notch producers, Malibu Breeze. After this club banging tune another collaboration came out – this time with Nikola, titled “Voices”.
Stereo Palma kicked off 2016 with “Sunshine After The Rain”, a brand new original track featuring Cozi (David Guetta – Baby When The Light), vocal produced by Tara McDonald (David Guetta – Delirious, Armand Van Helden – My My My). The title is released by US label RIDE and is distributed by legendary Black Hole.
Stereo Palma was voted Best Producer and DJ of the Year at Ballantine’s DJ Awards in 2010 and 2011.
Tracks of Stereo Palma have been played and heavily supported by the likes of Roger Sanchez, David Guetta, Bob Sinclar, Eric Morillo, Thomas Gold, Nicola Fasano, Spencer & Hill etc. "Lick it" was playlisted on BBC Radio 1 with a huge support from Scott Mills and Andi Durrant on Capital FM.
Stereo Palma rocked the floor with Sebastian Ingrosso & Axwell at Belgrade Foam Fest 2010, played with Nicola Fasano & Steve Forest at El Divino Ibiza, performed at Hungary's biggest electronic music festivals "Balaton Sound" every year and as a Sziget Festival mainstage act with David Guetta, Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, Martin Solveig, Martin Garrix, W&W, Alesso, Bassjackers and Avicii. Also he had a huge gig in Sarajevo with Tiesto, and a concert with David Guetta in Kosice (SK), in Moscow with Sister Bliss (Faithless) and Tomcraft.
Stereo Palma’s tracks