DiCristino returns to MK837 with another minimal/deep tech release. His previous release with us broke into Beatport’s Top 20 minimal/deep tech and deep house release charts. His new release, Ancient of Days, is filled with retro analog fire on a nice steady slow burn. Hints of acid can be heard throughout all three mixes, but things begin to really melt on the Bklyn Live Mix. Don’t miss out on this minimal/deep tech masterpiece from Brooklyn’s own DiCristino.

DiCristino was formerly known as Christian Scott & C. Scott has been djing and producing Electronic Dance Music since the 80’s. Having produced and remixed over 700 tracks during his accomplished career, DiCristino is no stranger to the studio. Christian’s music has been featured on many charts over the years, including a key release in 2012 “The Message”, a collaboration with Oscar P which reached a chart-topping number one. In 2017 three of his remixes, “Stars”, “RFTS” and “Out Of The Blue” with artist RythymDb reached the top 20. His current release “Walk Da Floor” is heavily supported by various DJs including the legendary Little Louie Vega, Lenny Fontana, and Funky Junction. DiCristino’s Deeptech sound, hailing from his Bklyn roots is driven by his deep love for analog gear.

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DiCristino got his start in the music business by DJing house parties in the NYC area with his father, brother and longtime friend djfasteddie Severino. These parties and his masterful production is what sparked collaborations with various artists including, Lenny Dee and Omar Santana. In the early 90’s, because of his following and distinct sound, DiCristino was fortunate to play at the original storm raves in Brooklyn with none other than Frankie Bones. His father has always played a huge influence on his career to be a Dj and Producer because of his shared experiences at legendary clubs Paradise Garage and The Funhouse in NYC. Christian was fortunate to be exposed to amazing music early and throughout his life.

DiCristino gives thanks to God for all of his success in his career and personal life.