It was Tony Quattro's effortless fusion of underground and overground club beats that first piqued our interest. His DJ sets and radio mixes pit Doctor Jeep, DJ Yolo Bear, Shlomi Aber, and Samo Sound Boy against Basement Jaxx, Coolio, Rihanna, and Aaliyah. His own productions are equally dance floor friendly, like his hit single "New York Anthem," a catchy 4/4 number that lives up to its name. Born in Connecticut, Quattro names T2's "Heartbroken" as his teenage anthem, and cites an early move to London as a strong influence on his love of electronic music. Now based out of Brooklyn, Quattro has seen releases under Bad Taste Records and Trouble & Bass, and has earned acclaim from the likes of A-Trak, Mad Decent, and Drop The Lime.
Tony Quattro's mix for SSENSE features his own productions alongside a slew of unreleased tracks from Captain K'aos, DJ Yolo Bear, Mike Q, and Self Evident, and a forthcoming release from Trouble & Bass signee Doctor Jeep.