Alongside the major talents of South American DJs such as Hernan Cattaneo and DJ Marky, the Argentinean-born house supremo, DJ Gabo, belongs to that select group of DJ stars exploding into the World dance music scene recently.
Having lived in Brazil for over 27 years, Gabo has already clocked up years of experience playing at the very best events across the country. Gabo has also headlined major events across the rest of Latin America, including sets at Creamfields in Buenos Aires and Smirnoff Experience alongside the likes of Nick Warren. As a result, Gabo has naturally assumed the role of Brazilâs Official House Music Representative with his seamless and high-octane sets of House and Tech-House.
With the Brazilian Drum n bass and Techno scenes well represented, Brazilâs thriving house scene now boasts the formidable DJ and producer DJ Gabo.
Gabo’s production career really kicked off in 2003 with the release of his highly acclaimed Kamasutra EP on Eddie Richard’s Lunar Tunes imprint. Catapulting him in to the world scene, this EP made DJs’ top 10’s from San Francisco to London and led to Gabo receiving personal requests for South American tour support from the likes of Sasha, Lee Burridge, Terry Francis, Nathan Coles , Colin Dale , Mr C , Slam as well as many others.
Since the release of Kamasutra, Gabo’s production work has made him more in-demand than ever! With recent releases on Sensei Records, alongside Get Fucked!, and collaborations with some of the hottest talent the international house scene has to offer such as , Mastiksoul , Haris and Terry Francis , Gabo’s own music is making some serious noise in clubs across the globe.
As a DJ, Gabo continues to push boundaries with a newly agreed deal in the bag for global involvement in the prestigious Smirnoff Experience events. With his recent performances at Brazilian super-festivals such as Skolbeats and Brasilia Music Festival, Gabo has cemented his reputation as the Godfather of Brazilian house music. Meanwhile, overseas he has recently graced the legendary Space and Underground in Ibiza, not to mention London’s world-renowned clubbing epicentre The End. With demand for Gabo’s talent going off the chart on European shores, you can expect to see a lot more of him in the future!