Artist Bio

Francesco Fortuna, aka ìSisko Electrofanatikî was born in Rome. Since he was very young,
he was attracted by dance music, and with time he developed a special interest in the various facets of house and electronic music. His passion for the club world lead him to express his ideas and musical selections.
So he started to work in some clubs of the Italian capital. His style in DJ sets was always
surrounded with electronic sound, and that is how he was eventually tagged with the nick “Electrofanatik”.
After a few years of doing gigs he started to feel the need to create a personal sound,
so he began to produce and express his creativity in the current underground style. Hence the search of a label that supported his musical needs, and the meeting with various producers that brought him to know Neurotraxx Recordings of Aki Bergen aka Neuroxyde. On July 2008, he signed the agreement with this label for some projects and collaborations, later becoming Label Manager and artist’s flagship label.
His productions immediately reached top 10 charts ,they were appreciated and played by international renowed artists (Like: Umek, Funkagenda, Tomcraft, Richie Hawtin, Dubfire, Claude Von Stroke, Alexi Delano, Groove Armada, Paco Osuna, The Advent, Ahmet Sendil, Dandi & Ugo, Piatto, Andrea Roma, Stefano Noferini, Anderson Noise and more..)
On March 2009 his track “No Control” reached 1 in the Minimal Beatport Chart, and 2nd Place on the nomination of “The Best Minimal Track 2010”. Then continuing the collaboration and successes asî Fucktronikî, ìNo Name Remixî on Beatport Top10 Techno Chart, “Explorer”, “Nyo”, ìMagtek remixî, ìtema Remixî and ìHive Mind remixî all No. 1 and others tracks on top10 Beatport Minimal Chart, this gave him a lot of visibility and appreciation worldwide.
Today, he continues to produce and play with dedication and passion with his very own unique “Electrofanatik” style…
He also collaborates with FM and streaming radio stations such as Ibiza Global Radio, .. and especially on “Qlub radio” with his weekly mix show called “So Loud”.