A smash debut single, a remix featured on Tiesto?s radio show, and
working alongside Miami superstar DJ Cedric Gervais are
accomplishments that most emerging producers take years to achieve.
The American brother duo Andretta accomplished them in one. Having
spent years touring the global underground circuit, the brothers
eventually made their way to Miami, Florida. They instantly fell in
love with the city and their impact was immediately felt. Having
created countless edits, bootlegs, mash ups, and remixes that had
every resident DJ asking for more, they started working on original
Over the last two years the American duo have spent quality time in
the studio combining their Italian & Egyptian roots together
amplifying their unique style and within no time, Miami superstar DJ,
Cedric Gervais signed them to his record label, Sleaze Records. In the
summer of 2009, the brothers dropped their first single, ?Tendencies?.
Combining a scintillating breakdown with progressive tech drums, the
song was an instant hit and quickly found its way to the top 5 selling
tracks of the digital charts. The brothers followed up the immensely
successful ?Tendencies? with their vocal progressive sensation ?I
Don?t Care? and a remix for Patrick M & Dennis Demens? ?Same Time?.
The remix turned out to be a fantastic success and it soon ended up in
the hands of the trance-master himself, DJ Tiesto, as he featured it
on his radio show, "Clublife". While the brothers could not have
dreamt of a better start to their career, they have just launched
their debut album, "Black Rainbow", with expectations at an all-time
Rhythmic beats, infectious melodies, and grooves that never seem to
end; It sounds great, but in order to fully experience just how
addictive this duo's music is, you have to watch them perform. The
brothers have recently begun their world tour to promote their
upcoming work and their lives sets have left the masses savoring for
more. Combining their diversity and passion for creating trend-setting
beats ensures that the sky is just a checkpoint for the brothers.