Enzo Tedeschi has been a staple on the lineups for LWE for the last few years, and has played with the likes of Sven Vath, Beyer, Liebing, Seth Troxler and many more of the greats. With a charisma that only a gifted handful have, Enzo knows how to DJ with an enchanting and infectious vibe.
Having started off DJing in clubs across Italy before he had hit his teens, Enzo moved to London for a musical pilgrimage ten years ago. Throwing himself into the music scene, he’s a well know man about the town and in the clubs (which is surprising whilst spending an obsessive amount of time in the studio!) But the current studio is not enough for the heights that Enzo needs to reach. Tired of moving his studio as each rental tenancy comes to an end, Enzo is in the process of planning a move much further afield to build a permanent studio.
Here’s some of his thoughts on London and how it’s changed…
“I moved to London in 2005 from Napoli, at the time Secret Sundaze was making their party at 93 in Brick Lane. Fabric as always was the top club and the clubbing heads in London had complaints about the amount of tourists every week. Just like people say nowadays! But to me this is still the best club alongside Tobacco Dock for the one off events.
Anyway, clubs are not the main focus of the big crowds anymore. The new generation of party people prefer festivals and huge events such as: Time Warp, Awakenings, Amore Festival & Tobacco Dock. People still go to the smaller more intimate parties, but certainly it feels that a lot of people want big now.
Now is time to leave my words and go check what happened to my record bag in the last 10 years.
I was brought to London by the notes of tracks like “Andre Kraml – Safari (James Holden Remix)” and “Trentemoller – Prana (Original Mix)”. As any good dj should do, I went to Fabric on my first weekend in town and Craig Richards played both of my favourite tracks so I thought that moving to London was a great choice!
Berlin was nearly sleeping at the time on the international scene and today I think they were happier that way considering the amount of people landing for Berghain/Panorama Bar every weekend which kind of ruined the beauty it had originally.
London has been my home for the last ten years, and I’ve loved every minute here, but I’m going to be moving abroad soon to build a studio to start a new journey! Plus I’m going to finally start releasing some music.”