Blessed Madonna, Pete Tong, Gerd Janson, Ash Lauryn… the list of great DJs playing and loving Sam Ruffillo’s very special italian disco music is long. With only 3 EPs on Toy Tonics, he might be the most talked about producer on the Berlin label (with Cody Currie and Coeo). One of his Italian disco songs form his last EP ITALIANISSIMO (“Chiamami Subito“) made it into the high rotation playlist of the biggest Italian pop radio and is still growing in the international club underground.
Now Sam comes with a new EP. And this EP shows his other side. Until now Sam has been known for his Italian organic disco songs (no samples, all instruments played live). But for his new BROOKLYN TAPES EP the Italo-Sicilian DJ, producer and super styler Sam Ruffillo worked with a few American rappers and soul singers to create what a New York critic called „post digital soul house music“.
Remixes for the EP by some of Sam’s fans: Ash Lauryn from Detroit, Eli Escobar from New York and Art Of Tones from France.