Haste makes waste. You may describe Mirco Caruso’s previous career with these three words and it will fit perfectly. This club-musician with Italian roots doesn’t work with a prybar, he doesn’t care for exclusive hypes and he sure is no bandwagoner. Mirco Caruso’s career is embossed by a constant buildup that finally brought him to the musical genre he belongs to.

His earliest experiences with djing he made at the age of 14 and in the middle of the noughties. After he started with playing hip hop, he soon discovered electronic music and he began to experiment with it’s possibilities. In March 2014 Mirco Caruso’s first tech house-track was released and this release was the kick off to the artist’s musical future. The name of this EP was “La Llorona” and was a success, particularly in South America. In September 2014 he succeeded again with his “Systematic EP”, released on Go Deeva Records.

Then it was time for Mirco Caruso’s final breakthrough, the “Siren EP” (Go Deeva Records). Dennis Ferrer played it at his new year’s eve-set, well known acts like Dosem, Sharam (Deep Dish) and Catz n Dogz played Siren-Songs at the BPM Festival 2015 in Mexico and from now on Mirco Caruso was in the global community’s spotlight. Especially djs in England fell instantly in love with his songs.

Now the ROK club in Lucerne, the most important electronica-club in central Switzerland, offered him a residency and the well known and internationally active booking agency MITA (based in Zurich) signed him. Mirco Caruso played at the Arosa Electronica, the iconic Gurten festival and was booked by the renowned Hive club in Zurich. Meanwhile he spent much time in his studio producing fresh material for his own imprint „2Drop Records“ and labels like Gruuv, Hive Audio, 303Lovers, Stereo Production, Habla Music and Go Deeva Records.

Sure: Mirco Caruso is no newcomer and he can refer to some great achievements. But there’s a dim feeling that this is just the beginning of a great career. No reason for this likeable dj and producer to get nervous or hectic, because…. haste makes waste.
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