Adriano began his music career at the age of 5 when his parents bought him a keyboard for his birthday and after learning from his mum, looked destined to do something in the music industry. His condence grew from playing the piano during whole school assemblies from the age of 8 and truly made his mark at 11 where he played a stripped down piano cover of 'The Phantom of the Opera Main Theme' in front of 900 people.
He spent countless years at a private music school where he passed his Grade 8 Practical in Piano and claimed other notable achievements such as performing at the Royal Albert Hall, not once, but twice; something most professionals could only dream of doing.
But it was at aged 17 was when Adriano discovered what he really wanted to do. A family friend was an amateur DJ and threw parties all the time for family and close friends and after taking an interest in what he was doing, Adriano paid more and more attention in how DJ'ing worked.
He got his rst pair of decks 4 months later as a combined 18th birthday and Christmas present and eventually made his professional club debut in 2017 aged 19. In that year, he released his rst major track 'Can't Make Me Stay', bagged a weekly residency and even made an appearance supporting EDM heavyweights W&W and Maurice West at London's Ministry of Sound club.
Adriano then spent the whole of 2018 working on his production skills to be rewarded with his rst record deal. “Invictus” was released on February 4th 2019 and went on to reach such accolades as Beatport’s “Best New Big Room for February” and peaked at #26 in the Big Room Charts. This was then followed up by a collaboration with Japanese sensation, Takahiro Yoshihira and Harmor Records label boss, Ovylarock which received support from DJ's all over the globe including a play from the world renowned electro duo, Knife Party.
Keep an eye out for this talent as he is only just beginning....