Groove Squared has a long history behind him. He started moving the first steps in the world of music in the late 90’s spacing through Funk, Nujazz, Pop, Experimental House and Ambient and from then on adopted many different names and pseudonymes. His devotion to the Groove and the Beat brought him to adopt in 2011 his last – and still actual – name Groove Squared with whom he gained the most experience and activity in clubs and productions. 2014 is the year the sees him rising thanks to the successful release of his album “Aaron” that eventually brought him to perform in important international clubs such as Tresor (Berlin) and Festivals such as “IFS2014” and “Lottarox Summer 2014”. 2015 can be described as the year of the year of “club productions”: thanks to his release “Chemistry” on Engrave LDT he managed to reach the Top Ten Electronica Chart on Beatport and he was listed as one of the 210 most influent producers in 2015 on Big Shot Magazine. Other important releases such as one on Ogopogo Records and one on Addicted see him cooperate with important international artists such as Franz Alice Stern (Traum / Get Physical / Parquet Recordings), and Steve Hope (Kitball). 2016 will be the year that will make him gain even more international recognition thanks to releases on famous and renowned labels and thanks to an increasing number of gigs also in Berlin.
are worth mentioning his performances in B2B with Konstantin Sibold and with legendary Ian Pooley, documented below