Simone Liberali has quickly established his name around the world with 2018 being his breakout year performing 80+ gigs in 30 countries, no small feat for the 24 year old from Pavia, Italy.
Simone got his start as resident for Detroit Milano, one of the most important underground parties in Milan and has become a regular of one of the biggest dance institutions in Italy: Magazzini Generali.
His productions are distinguished for their powerful, percussive and playful sound, with vocal touches and deep energetic bass lines. In 2017 he found success in the Beatport charts with Music On’s Leon, their record “Cant You See” reached #2 of the tech house chart and #3 on the global Beatport Chart, becoming the most played track during BPM 2017. This caught the attention of Nic Fanciulli and Saved Records who signed Simone’s next EP “Halo” and “Landslide” that they got a great success and they were played many times on
BBC Radio 1 by Pete Tong and Danny Howard.
His sets are groovy, percussive and Latin-influenced with lots of his own productions thrown in, this has captivated many audiences around the globe with a huge demand for him in South America being the catalyst for his first tour at 19 years old. Since then Simone has played in USA, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Bolivia and Cile in the Americas as well as Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand, without even mentioning Europe, where Simone has played in almost every country.
With a whole career ahead, Simone Liberali is, without a question, one of the most interesting and outstanding young artists of the electronic scene