Joe Crugliano

Giuseppe “Joe” Crugliano started his career as a DJ producer in the 90′s together producing and releasing “Fiesta” on Latin Impression, West Side Record owned by Victor Simonelli. “Fiesta” was a great success and was played in many different countries around the world.  Additionally it was licensed in compilations like Spirit Of The Sun.  He  continued collaboration with Victor Simonelli for two follow up Latin Impression release, “Malandrage” and “Let It Be Known” featuring Connie Harvey (Funk U) Remix . Another turning point was the opportunity to collaborate with Maurizio Clemente, founder and owner of Label Equal Records for which the duo made a remix for Sabrina Johnston‘s “Lift Me Up.”

In addition to his music production, Giuseppe Crugliano is also an entrepreneur in the Video Games Industry; in fact, his music label is a spin off of his Game Development Company Twelve Games which develops games for Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo and Apple devices. Giuseppe decided to marry his passion of music production, and his management experience to create Twelve Records. He created The Style project, a Music Group with Samuele Comite (Aka Samuel) as the singer.After creating The Style project, Giuseppe made his debut as song writer with the release of “DEVOTION.”  The song was debuted in NYC at SKYROOM and is the first collaboration via The Style featuring Samuel and is also the first Twelve Records release. Giuseppe is currently the main producer and song writer for upcoming house music collaborations via The Style project, many of which will be released on Twelve Records to feature , Vicky Martin,Emory Toler , Chanelle, Natasha Watts and LaMont Wheat to name a few.