COSELLA

COSELLA

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Born Andreas Anthony Rizek, the young producer from Aurora Ontario has a fresh take on the Canadian house music scene – from deep to tech to house, he owns an assortment ... read more
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Biography

Born Andreas Anthony Rizek, the young producer from Aurora Ontario has a fresh take on the Canadian house music

scene – from deep to tech to house, he owns an assortment of smooth, well-curated styles. Cosella tracks sound like

home to those in the U.K or on the White Island, Ibiza Spain…It’s hard not to like this fast-rising producer.

Having played with acts such as Deep Dish, Dillon Francis, Eric Prydz, Pleasurekraft, Steve Lawler and many more,

Cosella is not naïve to the scene. His patented sound has turned the heads of many key industry players as of recent,

including Gary Richards (A.K.A. Destructo) who added him to the 2015 Go Hard Summer Tour and has spoken fondly of his

productions in various interviews. He is a young gun with some bite to his bark, both professionally and personally. “One

thing that I stand by is playing something people haven’t heard before” says the passionate artist. “I want to get people

moving rather than flooding them with the same stuff they hear at the club across the street.”

With a #2 charting EP on Sleazy G under his belt, and a collaboration with Torro Torro underway following the success of

his ‘industry-only’ Cashville remix, the young and dedicated Cosella is on the move. Hopefully you can catch him at a club

near you in 2015.

Career Highlights:

3 sets at Digital Dreams Festival Toronto over 2 years, including the “All Gone Pete Tong” Stage at Echo Beach 2015

Go Hard 2015 Tour at Echo Beach, Toronto

Aries Music Festival, London Ontario

BBC Radio 1 play and feature

Major releases on Kraftek, Ultra, and Sleazy G

2014 ‘In My Roots’ EP on Sleazy G reached #2 on Beatport’s Indie Dance/ Nu Disco chart

News

February 26, 2015
This morning, HARD announced that they will be taking the show on tour, to five cities, with 25 a...