Roberto Bosco has been previously signed by a handful of renowned personalities, but an upcoming project for François K's Wave Music will align his reputation alongside them. The young Italian producer has a short but highly impressive discography, citing labels such as Samuel L. Session's Klap Klap, Orlando Voorn's Night Vision and Len Faki's Figure. The 'Circle Dub' EP (click for samples) on Faki's imprint shows Bosco's versatility in techno. Heavily influenced from 90s German and Dutch electronic music, his style is in touch with the chunky minimal techno that's currently lauded on Resident Advisor and mnml ssgs and blasted within the walls of Berghain and Fabric. Only in his early 20s, Roberto has a keen foresight of his genre's cutting edge, and is able to filter it out into his exceptional original productions. Years ago, Bosco was selected to remix Juan Atkin's Infiniti single, "Game One," after signing to record the 'Close Your Eyes' EP for Night Vision. Lately, he has released on Be As One, an Israeli imprint that's attracted the tastes of Loco Dice, Gui Boratto, Kate Simko, Agoria and GummiHz. Since the start of 2009, Roberto's work has been the talk of many established techno musicians, and his time in the spotlight is only getting started.