Audiofly are a DJ/producer duo, Luca Saporito and Anthony Middleton.
They met and started working together in the spring of 2002 and embarked on a prolific partnership based on their shared musical styles and experiences on the global DJ circuit. Their combined talents have created a powerful, somewhat experimental and original style of music, (some have called it a deadly Techno meets Electronic House) very current on the underground club scene right now.
Alongside their production schedule Audiofly are regular fixtures on the DJ circuit. During last summer, they were residents for Steve Lawlers night VIVA at Space, Ibiza. This summer has seen them play Pacha, Space, Amnesia and Eden on the white island. They also hold residencies @ Prinzip in Munich and Fever @ Viareggio , Italy where they feature on a regular basis. Currently, they are gigging all over the world. Chile, Mexico, Romania, Brazil, USA and Canada, Russia, Ukraine, China and so on, as well as all over Europe playing in some of the best clubs around.
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