Being the creator of brands like Frequenza and Frequenza Limited, Alex D’elia stands for Quality Techno, Tech House and Minimal music. He’s responsible for the pioneering of a new wave of minimal sounds and progressive, trancy melodies over pumping techno beats. Alex D’elia is also well known for his collaborations with artists such as John Acquaviva or Nihil Young which alongside his amazing solos are bringing him the constant attention of djs such as Umek, Fergie, Richie Hawtin, Dubfire, Marco Carola, Karotte, Paco Osuna, Pan-Pot, Sebastien Leger and many more.
Currently Alex is probably best known for his track with John Acquaviva and Nihil Young featuring Dan Diamond, Good Music on Definitive Recordings, which – after being a top seller on beatport and being featured on compilations such as Space Ibiza’s Be At Space (2011, selected by Fedde Le Grand and Markus Schulz) and Privilege’s best of Summer 2011 – was nominated for Best Techno Track for 2011 at the Beatport Music Awards.
His notable works include collaborations with Andrea Doria (Arsenico, top 10 techno on Beatport, in 2008), Nihil Young or solos on Frequenza Records, remixed by top artists like Maetrik, Lützenkirchen, Patrick Kunkel, Electric Rescue, D-Unity, Jon Rundell, Alex Bau, Tomy DeClerque, Mladen Tomic, Loco & Jam, Simon and Shaker and many others. Many of his tunes or collaborations with Nihil Young reached the tops of the main digital and vinyl stores.
So far Alex D’elia’s music has been released on labels like Frequenza, Definitive Recordings, Armada, 1605, Respekt Recordings, 3rd Wave, Sleaze Records (UK), Craft Music, Blu Fin, Parquet, Rekluse (by Fergie), Kol Mojito, King Street Sounds etc.