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The New York City subway lines that run trough Manhattan inspired the Vialocal name. At any subway stop in Manhattan, one can find the sign "via local" written above the local train track. The local subway trains, as opposed to the "express" trains, stop at each and every subway stop in New York City. The choice of that specific name, than, is not random. The "via local" subway cars in themselves are all small theatres of the most spectacular and multi-racial city in the world, New York City. The music that Vialocal Recordings intend to release would be an appropriates soundtrack for those subway cars. That is one of the reasons why Vialocal Recordings' music will not be able to be categorized and it aims to meet the different musical tastes of diverse listeners. Different musical tastes as diverse the "via local" subway cars user are in Manhattan.

LEONARDO CHEVY's musical roots go back to the eighties because of is innate passion for disco and early raw house music. He boasts an unbelievable music collection with uncountable pieces of rare records and tapes. Gradualy, Leonardo Chevy has turned his passion for music into spinning music in clubs, playing in some of the mo...

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With influences stemming from his Anglo African background and early classical piano training, Jinadu’s singing, song writin...g and production are bringing a new flavour to modern pop music. He has released several 12" singles and collaborated with numerous artists including Kirk Degiorgio/As One, Jimpster, Si Begg (SI Futures), Ad Bourke and Domu to name a few.
Live, Jinadu recently played the main stage of The Big Chill festival as one half of The Beauty Room, a band who have garnered much high praise for their debut album. Their second, much anticipated album is due for release this year.


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Junior Pappa

Junior Pappa was born in 1983 at Thessaloniki, Greece and grew up on Soul, Funk & Disco rhythms. His father and uncle are also dj’s so he got the inspiration from them. Junior started djing at the age of 16 in bars and clubs all over Thessaloniki. During his 16 year career as a dj he played alongside the most famous dj’s. He shared decks with Sasha, John Digweed, Sander Kleinenberg, Nick Warren, James Holden, Dave Seaman, David Morales, Felix Da House Cat, Jerome Sydenham, Dennis Ferrer, Nina Kravitz and many more . . . He was resident dj at Clubs like Sachi, Boutique & Venue Dance Stage and nowadays he is resident dj at The Real RocknRolla bar. His music style is a trip from house to techno, making his sets totally unexpected!
Junior as a producer he make a lot of bootleg remixes that put him on the first list on radio shows and dj sets all around the world.


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Dj Vivona

His dj set is an imaginative fusion between Deep and Tech sounds without any limit, until Electro vibes. His musical inspiration start from the soul of 70’s sounds, passing by the Elettro flavor of the 80’s, arriving to the contemporary sounds of nowadays.

Dj Vivona’s studio session created songs like “Return To Love” singed by Joi Cardwell with superb remixes by Frankie Knuckles & Eric Kupper (aka Director's Cut) on King Street Sounds. Another hit was “Set Me Free” released on Hi:Rise/Defected Records. “To Another Day” feat. Miss D on Super Soul Music, was a song produced with an amazing official videoclip, with remixes by Frankie Feliciano, Jon Cutler, N’Dinga Gaba and Dj Spen.
Dj Vivona worked on great remixes like “Moment Before Dreaming” by Ananda Project, “How Do I Let Go” by the legendary Dennis Ferrer out both on Nite Grooves / King Street Sounds.
Dj Vivona is always looking for new sounds with more hard vision. “More” feat. Q U I N, released on Groove On Music with George Morel remix demonstrate the right line taken and ...

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Randomized Coffee

Randomized Coffee is a music project created by two Italian DJs, Massimiliano Troiani and Tommaso Checchi. Their sound is a huge patchwork of various jazzy grooves. It explores the world of Funk and Brazilian rhythms swinging through Afrobeat and Latin Jazz. When you listen to Randomized Coffee, you are thrilled by the analog passion and the artisanal approach of the duo that got many musicians and DJs involved in this project: as Carlos Francisco, Cristian Vinci, N'Dinga Gaba who remixed "Agboho" in 2015. That summer, "Agboho" by Randomized Coffee (N'Dinga Gaba remix) topped the Afro House Chart in Traxsource and lasted as number one for a month. Hot or cold, sugar or cream, black or shaken, roasted or decaf - from morning till late - the best coffee for your ears is Randomized Coffee!


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