Joseph Capriati

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Joseph Capriati Prepares to Metamorfosi

Joseph Capriati Prepares to Metamorfosi: DJ and producer Joseph Capriati started DJing when he was just 11 years old. “I was walking around my home in Caserta, Italy, and I remember seeing American people having a party – at the time, in front of my house, there was a residency were the families of American soldiers sent to the Naples base of NATO were living,” he says. “It was Independence Day and I saw this figure of a guy mixing and I just clicked and knew I wanted to do the same! It wasn’t easy though, in that era there was no internet of course and it was also expensive to buy records, mixers and turntables. I started to work during summer, helping my uncle in his construction company, passing along to him his work instruments basically, and at the end of the summer he gave me something that today would be around $500. I was finally able to buy one turntable! My grandma gave me a second one, which didn’t even have pitch control, I was using my own fingers, you know? As per the mixer, a friend of a friend gave me a third hand one (which, for the records, I still have) and I then bought two records. I remember mixing these 2 records only for over 6 months! Well, from there I started.”
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Huge new Afterlife V/A Compilation “Realm Of Consciousness Pt.V” featuring Joseph Capriati, Patrice Bäumel, Adriatique and many more

It’s time to transcend the physical and evaporate into the Realm Of Consciousness as Afterlife unveil the next installment of their influential compilation series. Showcasing the outlet’s diverse output, which is broad yet cohesive, Realm Of Consciousness brings together a range of artists. From more established names such as Joseph Capriati and Patrice Bäumel, to new acts like Beswerda, the compilation continues to build the all-encompassing legacy of Afterlife.

Premiere: Joseph Capriati & Louie Vega ‘Spirit Brothers (ANNA Remix)’

Joseph Capriati has invited five techno artists to remix his 2020 album for Drumcode, ‘Metamorfosi’. You can hear ANNA’s remix of ‘Spirit Brothers’, which also features Louie Vega, below. Carl Cox, ANNA, François K, Mathew Jonson and Steve Rachmad (under his Sterac Electronics alias) have each reworked tracks from the...

Joseph Capriati Releases First Remix Off ‘Metamorfosi Remixes Vol. 1’

Giving us a wider window into his world, Joseph Capriati delivered the first cut from a series of remixes for his album Metamorfosi. Joseph Capriati is breathing new life into his Metamorfosi album , released last year to the delight of techno fans across the world, with the drop of his first single off of the upcoming Metamorfosi Remixes Vol 1. Featuring six bold remixes of songs from the original work, Metamorfosi Remixes Vol 1 is set to be released in full on April 2 on his own label Redimension and isn’t messing around with its roster of remix artists, with visionaries like DJ Stingray, OXIA, and Steve Rachmad included.

Joseph Capriati announces new remix EP series with Carl Cox, ANNA, DJ Stingray, more

Joseph Capriati has announced a new remix series featuring the likes of Carl Cox, ANNA and DJ Stingray. Following the release of his 'Metamorfosi' LP via his own Naples-based imprint Redimension last year, Italian DJ and producer Joseph Capriati has tapped up a handful of peers to remix album tracks as part of an EP series.

Joseph Capriati Has Been Released From the Hospital

Back in January, Italian producer Joseph Capriati was hospitalized after being stabbed by his father. His management quickly confirmed that his injuries were not life-threatening but he was still required to stay in the hospital as the attack caused his lung to collapse. Unfortunately, he then shared an update that he suffered complications and was required to undergo a six-hour, life-saving surgery.

Joseph Capriati Is Out Of The Hospital, Forgives Father

Joseph Capriati is out of the hospital, after being stabbed by his father earlier this year. He revealed the good news on Instagram with the words “Ritorno alla vita, e alla Musica. Perennemente grato! A presto” It roughly translates into “Back to life, and to music. I am forever grateful”.