b. Stefano Fontana, Milan, Italy. Fontana’s musical profession began as an electro and hip-hop DJ in Italy through the 80s. Finding film soundtracks in his dad’s record collection and affected by jazz pioneer Herbie Hancock and digital godfathers Kraftwerk, he started producing his personal music. In 1987, he became citizen DJ at Milan’s Plastic material golf club, where he became connected with that which was known in Italy as the ‘New Audio’. At Plastic material, his models would last six or seven hours, shifting from hip-hop to accommodate to traditional disco. In Feb 2003, Fontana’s belated debut, Guy Music Technology, premiered for the EMI / Chrysalis Information’ dance imprint, Prolifica. It had been met with maybe hyperbolic compliment by industry numbers and media as well and prompted some to spell it out Fontana as Italy’s response to Fatboy Slim, due to the eclectic character from the recording. Diverse in its stylistic range and producing heavy usage of examples, it spanned funk, disco, hip-hop and home, while ‘All Nite Longer’ was defined by one critic to be so near Abba’s ‘Gimme, Gimme, Gimme (A GUY After Midnight)’ it risked infringing the laws of copyright. Despite the existence of big-name remixes, the densely released singles ‘If Everybody In The Globe (Loved Everybody In The Globe)’, ‘Spirit Reply’, and ‘Method Of Lifestyle’ made small impact on the united kingdom singles graphs, although they do enjoy some achievement in clubs.