Joseph Capriati is deservedly one of techno’s most in-demand headliners. Since his production debut in 2007 with "Microbiotik" (Massi DL Remix) on the Globox label and "C'est la Vie"on Analitic Trail, Capriati has collaborated with, recorded for and remixed many of the biggest names in the business; labels like Hawtin's now-defunct Plus 8, Chris Liebing's CLR and Drumcode, and artists like Cari Lekebusch and Joey Beltram.
His debut album "Save My Soul" came out via Analytic Trail back in 2010 and showcased an artist confident exploring the more introspective and delicate corners of techno. His second album "Self-Portrait" found its home on Drumcode and stood out through a refined musicianship, one that often favoured subtle details over outright functionality. It was most evident on tracks like the ambient and breaks-influenced opener "Electrolytic" or the melodic hit "Fratello". Tracks like "Awake" are often the go-to for Capriati and his peers when a peak-time crowd need something bold and with extra energy. After BPM festival in 2016, Joseph Capriati announces the launch of his own label "Redimension". On the 20th of June of that same year he releases two tracks "Parallels" and "External links" in collaboration with Adam Beyer. Almost a year after, in March 2017 is released the second project "Prospective Journeys" in collaboration with Flavio Folco.