All is fair in love and war, they say. And why should this saying stop at those? Just take a closer look on the body of work, Giuseppe de Chiara has been providing the eyes and ears of the global public for nearly a decade now.
As WarinD, the Italian artist has taken a particular interest in the harder, more up-tempo fields of electronic music. With his stage persona he’s managed to deliver forward-going, machine gun-beating, razor-sharp bass-drum killers, without losing touch with a very refined sense of delicateness. An artistic balancing act not many manage to achieve.
Not to mention the challenge of balancing a career as a stand-alone artist as well as a label manager. Since its beginnings in 2015, the imprint going by his own name of WarinD Records has featured the works of skilled musical artisans like Thomas P. Heckmann, VSK, Codex Empire, D.Carbone, and Nico Moreno, and has never failed to deliver records worth every listener’s and dancer’s while. Just like its owner.
WarinD manages to capture billowing pieces of zeitgeist in his sounds of rapid Techno structures, twisted, distorted lines of Acid and his distinctive sense of melancholy, resonating deeply within a new generation of young ravers trying to find their ways through the rotten battlefields of our postmodern times.
Every age, every era has its own sonic agents, reflecting, reproducing, and challenging the world they live in. And WarinD happens to be one of our time. Good for us, we say.