Way down the Q train, South Brooklyn streets meet the ocean at a Brighton Beach. Home to the infamous Coney Island, the boardwalk serves as a quick getaway for the city that never sleeps. Though currently residing in Berlin, Salvatore Carlino’s roots will always be in Brooklyn, just on the city outskirts but close enough to be an essential part of the area. As an artist, his influences lie in recent decades of thriving big apple house and techno.
Introduced into a scene that had
I would hate coming home and smelling like pizza, but I was really fortunate to have a job… I don’t recommend anyone work for family for too long, but I had a gig.
By learning from label bosses while growing his own artist project, Carlino is now building a dependable team through his Brooklyn-based E-Missions outlet. Founded in 2017 with fellow Berlin-based New Yorker Caiazzo, the crew is just around the corner from CAT 008. Early support by both local
Debut his own sounds on Spencer Parker’s Work Them Records, the P.Leone project has carved out
After making friends in all the right places, Carlino seems to have struck the perfect balance between his own artist project and budding label. The latest record by False Witness was a solid home run with erratic rave techno by a growing local name. Paying homage to his home while branching out to the global scene, P.Leone is a just another Brooklyn kid making it in the big leagues.