Italian DJ/Producer Stefano Greppi Has Died

DJ Stefano Greppi

Italian DJ/producer Stefano Greppi has passed away, according to reports on social media. Greppi was 49. According to a report, he came down with a sudden illness.

A lifelong lover of vinyl and dance music, Greppi’s mixing career took root in the 1990s when he began spinning at clubs in Riccione. He went on to DJ at venues all over Europe.

Greppi produced and collaborated on releases for Schermate Recordings, Goldmin Music, Plastica and Alternative Route Recordings.

His tracks were licensed for top-selling DJ mix compilations by Sasha, John Digweed, Danny Tenaglia, Boy George, Raresh, Hernan Cattaneo, Anthony Pappa, Marcel Dettmann and Edit Select.

He also did a good amount of remixing, reimagining tracks by Angel Moraes, CeCe Rogers and Frank ‘O Moiraghi.

On his final two online DJ sets, Greppi paid tribute to the past with an excellent vinyl-only house set and a retro techno mix. Both are well worth your listen.

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Darren Ressler

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