The initial debut for this rising star was back in 2015 and since then De-Santo is rapidly gaining wide recognition for his signature sound outside of his hometown becoming the name which is on the tip of most people’s tongues.From Developing a passion from running his own events, to utilising his creative flare within his own productions, Luca also holds down multiple residencies in and around the Glasgow techno scene which allows him to not only demonstrate his own productions but also reinforce his signature sound to an ever growing fan base. These residencies have allowed him to Support artists such as Enrico Sanguilano, Mark Fanciulli, Parade Saraceni, Layton Giordani plus many more. He was also given the opportunity in September 2017 to take stage at the first ever BPM Festival Portugal (Europe).The Scottish DJ/Producer has been earning rave reviews and respect froman array of electronic artists, but not only that he’s gained notable support on his original productions from the likes of Drumcode’s Layton Giordani, Spartaque, Spektre, Thomas Schumacher and the king of Ibiza, Carl Cox. Cox has shown continuous support over the past year, using an unreleased Luca De-Santo track as his secret weapon in multiple sets including his thumping set at Kappa Futur festival recorded live on BeatTV.With a huge release on Intec Digital in which the leading track 'Reach Me' hit 25 in the overall world Techno chart on Beatport and more releases scheduled throughout the year, 2018 sure looks like Luca's breakthrough year. Setting out his stall at the young age of 24, Luca De-Santo is certainly going to be a familiar household name amongst the most iconic techno brands world wide.