From producing Robert Mile's "Children" to being voted best DJ at the Pacha Ibiza awards, Joe T's career is never ending.
DJ, remixer, record producer, radio speaker, promoter and club tour creator; it’s impossible not to think of Joe T. Vannelli as one of the most influential producers in the current house scene. Every Saturday night from eleven to midnight – JTV broadcasts Slave To The Rhythm on Radio Deejay, the most listened Italian radio network (six million listeners a day). Slave to the Rhythm is dedicated to the best buzz house tracks in the world, providing sixty minutes of mixed house music.
The same buzz house tracks are played by JTV worldwide – in January 2008 he performed in Japan and spreading his own night Supalova. Supalova was born in autumn 2000 and quickly become one of the most worldwide, loved dance events. It is celebrated every Thursday night in Milan and once a month it visits Italy’s top clubs on tour. Supalova is also the title of a house compilation collection which arrived at its 14th volume in winter 2007. In 2004 JTV’s double CD debut album Who Fucked the DJ? was released, and it received much respect from everyone in the industry.
We have to remember we are talking about a very famous DJ, very famous in Italy and abroad, who is accustomed to DJ-ing for the best dance floors worldwide, from New York to Los Angeles, London to Paris, Ibiza to Mikonos, Dubai to Tokyo, Amsterdam to Oslo and many more. His gigs have been unforgettable for the likes of Ministry of Sound, Soap, Renaissance, Cream and many others, while his last tour in Australia was a huge success.
In 2009 came the 16-track follow-up album Doctor House showcasing collaborations with artists such as Rochelle Fleming, Helen & Terry, Jonathan and Csilla including his own remix of Get High by Chab & JD Davis. Meanwhile 2010 saw the raving remix Get Involved by Ginuwife ft. Timbaland & Miss Elliot that took the global venues by storm.
With his record label JT Company he has just remixed legends such as Masters At Work, Danny Tenaglia and David Guetta. Some of the tracks he has re-worked are Stronger by Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick (feat. Shawnee Taylor), Exogroove by Exogroove (ft. Tony Bruno), Rumore by Veerus & Maxie Devine (vs. Raffaella Carra) and He’s Alright by Jasper Street Co.
On top of his debut label JT Company, JTV has also created several more among them Dream Beat, DBX Records, Muzic Without Control Records, Clubbin’ Records and 909 Records.
His voice was used for a TV and radio spot for Smart, Lotto and Fiat; he was a testimonial for brands like Burn, MTV, Camel Yahama, Axe, Robe di Kappa, Levi’s and the World DJ Fund. In 1999 JTV won the DJ Awards in Pacha Ibiza for his contribution to the DJ-ing industry.
Be sure to follow him during his radio show and definitely visit his Supalova night as you won’t be disappointed. If ever in doubt, just repeat his favourite slogan “House Forever”.