Brothers Dominic and Vincent Cerrito grew up together in New Jersey in the immediate suburbs of Philadelphia with a traditional Italian-American upbringing. Fratello, which means “brother” in Italian, was the perfect fit the moment it rolled off the tongue. At a young age they found an affection for the European sound that made its way to the states in the late 1990s and early 2000s. With a tough, hard working father and a nurturing mother, Dominic and Vincent learned the value of perseverance, hard work and loyalty early in their childhood.These values quickly became apparent in their music not long after they began in 2011. Only 6 months in to their musical journey, their first original track “Refreshing” was picked up by an independent label out of Belgium. Just a few short months later, they released the innovative electro house hit “Syren” that was immediately gobbled up by 50/50 Records, a then quickly rising label out of the U.S. and UK in the Fall of 2011.Not long after the bookings came rushing in throughout the region. From headlining their own show at the Washington Avenue Armony in Albany, NY to supporting major acts such as Hardwell, Fedde Le Grand, Tommy Trash, Krewella, and Quintino, the fans of electro house in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast quickly became acquainted with the Fratello name. This past spring their unstoppable momentum landed them their first major market booking in Miami at an official kick off party for the famed Winter Music Conference. There they performed on the main stage as support for headlining acts Alvaro, Candyland, Disco Fries, and Lucky Date of whom they left a lasting impression. This led to a feature on Ultra Music Radio for Des McMahon’s on air mix show and later on I Heart Radio by Bio and Synapse.With several collaborations and a brand new original EP in the works, their sights are set on major label releases, tour routings and top artist support within the next year. The new sound they are developing can only be described as fresh and different, an apparent change the electro house genre desperately craves. The future is now for this young duo.