Bernabe Turletti, better known as Berni Turletti, is an Argentinian DJ and producer hailing from Villa Maria, Cordoba. He is best known for his releases on Balkan Connection, Hope Recordings, 3rd Avenue, and The Soundgarden, typically featuring smooth melodic sounds and progressive basslines.
Berni could often be found listening to bands such as Coldplay, Gensis, Gustavo Ceratti, New Order, Pink Floyd, Radiohead and Spinetta in his younger years – all of which he still considers inuences to this day. In the early 2000s he started drum and percussion lessons, which eventually gave rise to what would become a passion for electronic dance music.
Berni rst started to mix electronic music in 2009 and quickly became heavily inuenced by DJs such as Hernán Cattaneo, John Digweed, Nick Warren and Sasha. These artists, coupled with the Argentine underground scene, focused his taste for electronic music to progressive house and led him to start producing his own melodies.
While his rst club appearance was in 2013, he has since travelled around Argentina sharing his music. Notable locations include: Bahrein in Buenos Aires; Lola Cruz, Casa de Piedra, Dorian Gray, Dahaus, Fruta in Córdoba; La Boite, Beat San Juan, Bog Mendoza in Tucuman; Junin and Rosario. In doing so, he has supported many artists, such as Alejo Gonzalez, Analog Jungs, Antrim, Artfaq, Dmitry Molosh, Ezequiel Arias, Fernando Ferreyra, Frangellico, Henry Saiz, Juan Deminicis, Kevin Di Serna, Luis Bondio, Mariano Mellino, Santiago Teillagorry, Simon Vuarambon and many more.
Berni is always striving to improve his music and is currently studying a Bachelor of Musical Composition and learning to play the piano. His most recent release is arguably his best, a two track EP with Dimuth K on Hope Recordings. This release truly highlights the typical elements that can be found throughout Berni’s music.