Gui Boratto is one of techno’s most successful producers. His music enjoys wide crossover success beyond the world of dance music thanks in large part to his 2007 masterpiece Chromophobia. That album’s blend of propulsive rhythms, glossy production and irresistible melodies transcended the minimal techno tag to find favor with indie audiences worldwide. Boratto has stayed busy since that high mark and proven himself a consistent producer of high quality dance music.
Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil in 1974, Boratto has worked in advertising since the late 1980s after studying architecture and design. An early interest in music found him producing pop and rock bands in Brazil, working in studios for major labels like EMI. Boratto started to... Read More