Spherical melodies permeate pulsating basses. A party-ready crowd that gets carried away by the beat of the music. This is what SGRO lives for and makes music for. The 24-year-old is a producer, label founder, part-time manager, string puller. But most of all, as a DJ, he’s responsible for all-nighters in many clubs such as Brücks Osnabrück, GO PARC Herford etc.
Pasquale Sgro, dubbed “Osnabrück’s Avicii” by the local press, has been producing under his stage name SGRO since 2016 and has been tinkering with his own tracks ever since. Listeners know immediately where they stand. Reliably clapping drops put you in a state of exuberance. The mixture of hip electro beats and happy hooks carry ravers through the night. Thereby it is often influences from different cultures that fuse in SGRO’s productions. For example, he regularly lets his Brazilian and Italian roots into his writing on a regular basis. His music blurs between the young subgenres of house: Tech, Deep and Bass House. From driving, electronic beats, dreamy and electrifying motifs, irresistible danceability is created. SGRO pursues this claim in his music. His tracks are meant to clear the mind, carry people away and make them dance.
Besides his own productions and numerous collaborations, SGRO acts as a writer and producer for musicians. With his own label and management CNTPD Records he supports artists in the marketing and release of their music since 2021. Back in the days SGRO celebrated the start of his DJ career with a remake of the Britney Spears hit “Toxic” and catapulted it skillfully into the era of House. Numerous own productions, remixes and successful collaborations were not long in coming. His co-productions like “Believer” (2019) or “Let Go” (2020) reached over 700,000 streams on Spotify so far.
Last year, SGRO also achieved great streaming success with his single “Is It Worth It” (2021), once again proving his talent as a producer. Just recently, his new single “Daydream” (2022) was released, giving a taste of what’s to come in the coming months. One thing is certain, anyway:
SGRO has come to stay. Until then – SGROut!