carlo gambino

Carlo Gambino sees us into a quarter century of podcasts and does so in style.

Carlo has been involved in the music industry for a long time and is without a doubt one of the most dedicated house music fanatics around. Forget DJ Sneak and his recent unappreciative antics Carlo’s in it for the right reason, the love of the music!

From his releases on labels like Hot Waves, Freche Fruchte and his own Midnight Social Recordings to his sets alongside DJ’s such as Sasha and Inxec, Carlo has forged a distinct groove driven deep house sound which shines through in his sub:terranea podcast. Expect super tight mixing and an infectious desire to dance – get plugged in!

If you like what you hear come and check out the man in action in York on Saturday 21st December…/?ref=ts&fref=ts

More about Carlo;
Carlo Gambino should need no introduction to this industry we all love, he has been DJ’ing longer than we care to remember and has played at many of the UK’s biggest and best loved club nights and beyond. It became very clear from an early age that music would play a major role in Carlo’s life; for over 30 years his father has worked in the music industry, touring with artists such as Michael Jackson, Prince, Take That and Rod Stewart, so it came as no surprise that he was destined to follow a similar path.With over 18 years in the industry so far, 2010 was a momentous year and the start of something special with Carlo being signed to ‘3am Recordings’. Several strong releases on the label quickly followed, which led to a rapid increase in demand for his original and remix work globally.In 2011 Carlo launched his very own digital imprint, ‘Midnight Social Recordings’. With Artists such as Al Bradley, Joe Morris, Denney, Tim Weeks and Luke Gibson already released on the label, it’s going from strength to strength and gaining recognition in all the right places. The label has seen support from the likes of Terry Francis, Moodymanc, Tyler Stadius, Justin Harris, Inland Knights, Audiojack, Gareth Whitehead, Murray Richardson, Carlos Sanchez, Rob Mello to name a few.