Fabrizio Mammarella is currently working with different projects: Telespazio, The Clap Rules band, Black Spuma and he’s also recording some material with Roman artist Rodion. His production and style are a mixture of electronic disco, house, dub and psychedelic proto-house. He also co-runs Slow Motion Records with Franz Underwear since 2009, releasing music by Italian producers only. His first release is Panorama EP back in 2004 on Steve Koteys Hairy Claw imprint. The record got amazing feedback and “Way Out’ got included in Panorama Bar 04 compilation mixed by Nick Hoppner. Since then he has made solo records, remixes and collaborations with Kotey himself, The Emperor Machine and Chaz Jankel; and for labels such as Bear Funk, Tiny Sticks, Supersoul, Brontosaurus and Rollerboys, just to name a few. Between the most influencing remixes: In Fagranti on Codek, Nteibint on Kitsunè, Michoacan “In the Dark of the Night” on DFA records and Etienne De Crecy “Binary” both as Clap Rules. The “Tear Up” single on Bear Funk got picked by Ivan Smagghe for Fabric Live 23 compilation and led to Fabrizio mixing “Rools for Rules” Vol 2 for the English label. 2015 is set to be as busy as ever with a new Fabrizio Mammarella Ep on Slow Motion, a new Clap Rules Ep and a Telespazio album on Hell Yeah Records.