Rosie Romero Biography
Rosie has established herself as a leading member of a Nu-Breed of artists, creating waves from her Manchester base in both her DJ and production guises. Honing her trade as a DJ at the legendary ‘Sankeys’ Rosie now plys her DJ trade throughout the UK and with increasing regularity taking her sound to the international marketplace; and playing in over 25 countries, Hong Kong, India, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Japan, Dubai, Ibiza, Italy, Russia, Egypt, Slovakia, Siberia, Belgium, Czech Republic, Poland and Bahrain to name a few of the many. Rosie has a residency at the Ministry of Sound Egypt and Space Club, Warsaw Poland. As we move further into 2011 we are set to witness the epic uprising of the Rosie Romero brand. Across her DJ performances, studio productions and combined aural/visual delight, Rosie Romero is fast becoming one of the scenes leading artists. Rosie will be making her debut this year for Space Ibiza, Cream and Ministry of Sound at The Gallery London.
The natural progression from Rosie’s DJ success took her from the booth to the studio, receiving positive support from the likes of Todd Terry, John Dahlback, Roger Sanchez, Zoo Brazil, Sandy Rivera, Dave Seaman, Nic Fancuilli, Richard Dinsdale, Kim Fai on Rosie’s remix of Zoo Brazils track ‘There Is Hope’ on Magik Musik.
Rosie’s passion for making music has been present from a young age. Her first love of classical composition saw her develop her piano playing skills, making Grade 6 by the time she hit high school. It was when Zoo Brazil asked Rosie to remix his track ‘You Can Have It All’ for Tiesto’s label Magik Muzik that Rosie’s producer status moved up a gear. Rosie stepped up to the challenge and delivered a stunning ‘Orb Remix’, which received acclaim even pre full release! Zoo Brazil was so impressed with the track he has requested Rosie remix a gem from his new album, ‘Please Don’t Panic’, also on Magik Muzik.
Blackhole Recordings were so impressed with Rosie’s track GURU, they signed it immediately which went to the top of the label charts. Blackhole have signed Rosie for a series of releases throughout 2011. Hauswerks & Rosie Romero Collaborations released on the huge 303 Lovers label, two awesome tracks named ‘Mambana’ and ‘Gankoji’, which received support by some of the scenes major players.
Grammy Award nominated DJ/Producer and one of the innovators of house music, Todd Terry signed ‘Brassed Off’ and ‘Metallic’ to inimitable ‘In House’ Records. ‘Skint’ Records were hot on Rosie’s heels and have asked her to remix for the label.
It has only benefited Rosie being a recording artist with leading labels Subliminal, Blackhole, Respekt, 303 Lovers, Starlight & In House Records. Rosie is now collaborating with the likes of Sandy Rivera, D.O.N.S, Mark Trophy, Jorgensen, Beatthiefs and Juan Kidd. The success of the original tracks ensured a demand for remix requests with Zoo Brazil, Spektre, Save The Robot, Paul Thomas, Kevin Andrews (Hoxton Whores) & Sonny Wharton being the first artists to receive the Romero touch.
A natural born entertainer, Rosie’s sound can be described as Grooving Jackin’ Techno, with elements of Progressive and Tech House infused enabling ‘The Romero Sound’ to encompass a new market, constantly gaining new fans and ensuring she is relevant to a plethora of UK’s main clubbing institutes including Air, Pacha, Pukka Up, Ministry of Sound, Cream, Honey Club, Area 51, In Bed With Space, Gatecrasher, Miss Moneypennys and Sankeys.
Internationally, Rosie is simply on fire. 2010 has seen dates in Hong Kong, India, Singapore, Indonesia, Japan, Slovakia, Bahrain, Poland, Sardinia, Egypt, Greece, Dubai and Russia to name just a few. On her fourth Asia tour confirmed, with dates in Jakarta, Bali, Cebu, Thailand and Manila, are the hotspots so far booked in, Rosie will be making her Debut in Brazil later this year, as well as an Australia tour planned for late 2011. It’s looking like 2011 is going to span out to be another world dominating year for Rosie Romero.