Ronnie Spiteri’s sound has been honed and crafted via his current global residency for the hugely popular brand of party starters Do Not Sleep.
This summer has seen show stopping performances at Café Mambo & Sankeys Ibiza, where he recently played the closing set to top off a standout debut season on the island which was then swiftly followed by a solid solo set in the Do Not Sleep arena @ Abode Festival, London and an impromptu b2b set with Darius Syrossian, Hector Couto & Detlef to close the packed out arena.
You can also find Ronnie regularly spinning and testing out his own productions (which are a masterfully crafted blend of stripped back house and techno) at his local Switch Warehouse residency in Southampton (UK) plus listen out for the non-stop plethora of aforementioned quality tracks he is currently releasing via some of the premium house and techno labels around like, Hot Since 82’s ‘Knee Deep In Sound’, Adam Beyer’s ‘Truesoul’, Steve Lawler’s iVAV / VIVa, Anja Schneiders ‘Mobilee’.
Anja will also be remixing the lead track from his forthcoming 3 tracker on ‘Do Not Sleep’ and Ronnie is about to stamp his mark on a remix for wAFF on Mihalis Safras’s ‘Material Series’label.
His consistent output of quality original material has pushed him to the top of many DJ’s playlists including Adam Beyer, Joris Vorn, Anja Schnieder, Alan Fitzpatrick, Jamie Jones, Darius Syrossian, Waff, Sante, Josh Butler, Sidney Charles, Fatboy Slim and Reset Robot.
Ronnie was brought up immersed in house music; you could say it’s in his veins! His father is a veteran promoter from the South Coast of England who used to put on illegal Rave’s up and down the country in the early 90’s, many a time with a young Ronnie in tow.
By the age of 11 Ronnie had spun his first record on his Dad’s set of Technics, he played & recorded his first DJ set at the age of 14 and by the age of 16 had secured his first DJ residency at the local club night.
Ronnie has literally has grown up in and around dance music.
It was only a matter of time before Ronnie starting putting down his experiences, influences and ideas in the studio. Always the perfectionist Ronnie spent at least 3 years honing his craft into the simply awesome house & techno sound akin to his peers that has been gracing the best dancefloors around the world today.
2017 has been Ronnie’s strongest year yet with his very own Kenja imprint going from strength to strength, already featuring Darius Syrossian, Markus Homm, Josh Butler & Reset Robot to name but a few and with a stacked release schedule already penciled the label is looking hot for 2018.