Before long it became clear that the next logical step was to launch a label in order to provide a platform for Enzo and his fellow FUSE residents to release the music they play and love. Launching in 2011, the label has seen releases from residents Seb Zito, Rich Nxt and Enzo himself (releasing the popular debut ‘Sagamore’). Staying true to Enzo’s vinyl roots, the FUSE London label is characterised by having one vinyl-only track on each release. After the considerable success of the FUSE London label, the natural progression was to launch a sister label, Infuse, in 2013.
Both the FUSE London and Infuse labels have helped push Enzo’s sound worldwide along with other reputable labels who have come calling for his production and remix talent - highlights include tracks on Davide Squillace’s This & That label and on Nima Gorji’s Welt Recordings.
Enzo is also very much in-demand in his own right, with notable gigs for Richie Hawtin’s ENTER at Space Ibiza, Circo Loco at DC10 and the much missed Bar25 in Berlin. He was also honored with being selected as the sole resident DJ for the London leg of Loco Dice’s Under 300 tour.
With Enzo at the helm, the increasingly famed FUSE brand has expanded into new territories, pushing their sound around the world courtesy of label takeovers at some of Europe’s leading clubs, plus a highly coveted residency at Sankeys Ibiza, which launched in the Summer of 2012. Unsurprisingly, FUSE at Sankeys Ibiza has been a roaring success with the residents playing every week alongside regular appearances from close friend tINI and other FUSE favourite guest DJs.
2014 is already shaping up to be every bit as successful as the year just gone. Currently represented by Artist Alife management agency, whose other artists include Loco Dice, Chris Leibing and the combined Desolat and CLR rosters, Enzo is playing at an increasing number of prestigious gigs worldwide. Couple that with his own productions and the exciting Kilimanjaro project, a collaboration with Alexkid exploring the boundaries between garage, jungle and techno, it’s apparent Enzo will continue moving dancefloors with his ever evolving ‘Fusic’ sound. Read more