Gui Boratto

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Gui Boratto
Boratto performing at MUTEK
Boratto performing at MUTEK
Background information
Birth nameGuilherme Boratto
OriginSão Paulo, Brazil
Occupation(s)Record producer
Years active1994–present

Guilherme Boratto (born 1974 in São Paulo) is a Brazilian electronic music producer. In the 1990s, he was a member of Sect.

His debut solo album Chromophobia[1] was awarded the title of Mixmag Album of the Month. Regarding why he chose the name Chromophobia, Boratto said: "The same meaning as monochromatism in architecture, which means simplicity. That’s all. I don’t have a morbid fear of colors at all. But also, I was ironic. My music is really colorful." [2]

He owns the record label D.O.C., distributed by Kompakt. The first artist he signed was the Brazilian electronic duo Elekfantz.[3]

On stage, Boratto uses a laptop equipped with Ableton Live, a JazzMutant Lemur, a monome and an Akai APC40. He sometimes invites a guitar player to join him.[4]



Singles and EPs[edit]

List of Selected Singles and EPs
Year Title Label
2005 Twiggy Ep (12") Circle Music
"Sunrise" (12") Plastic City
"Arquipélago" (12") K2
2006 "Speicher 38 (The Rising Evil)" (12") Kompakt Extra
"Beluga" (12") Audiomatique Recordings
"Brazilian Soccer - Edition (Paralelo, Tipologia)" (12") Killa Beat Recordings
Division EP (12") Harthouse Mannheim
"Gate 7" (12") K2
"It's Majik" (12") Plastic City
"Like You" (12") Kompakt Pop
"Sozinho" (12") K2
2007 "Royal House" Plastic City
"The Rivington EP" (12") Galaktika
2008 "Tales from the Lab" Defrag Sound Processing
2009 "No Turning Back" from Take My Breath Away Kompakt

Remixes drum & bass/synthpop[edit]

  • Kaleidoscópio - "Feliz de Novo" (Gui Boratto Remix)
  • Gunjah - "Rave" (Gui Boratto Remix)
  • Kaleidoscópio - "Meu Sonho" (Star Guitar by Gui Boratto Extended)
  • Helen Christina - "Canto de Ossanha" (Gui Boratto's Extended Mix)
  • Groovetronick vs. Gui Boratto - Sem Mais

Selected minimal/techno remixes[edit]

List of selected singles and EPs
Year Original Artist Title Label
2004 Kaleidoscópio "Você Me Apareceu (Gui Boratto Horn Mix)" Cuadra
2006 Agoria "Baboul Hair Cuttin' (Gui Boratto Remix)" Different Recordings
Oscar "Freak Inside (Gui Boratto Remix)"" Confused Recordings
2007 Eyerer and Chopstick "Haunting (Gui Boratto Remix)"
Guy J and Sahar Z "Hazui (Gui Boratto Remix)"
Monoroom "Memory Inc (Gui Boratto Remix)"
Zentex "Pimioe (Gui Boratto Remix)"
Tube & Berger featuring Vanity "Funky Shit (Gui Boratto Remix)"
Delon and Dalcan "Beyond Clouds (Gui Boratto Remix)"
Robert Babicz "Sin (Gui Boratto Remix)"
Sian "Flood (Gui Boratto Remix)"
Will Saul and Tam Cooper "Sequential Circus (Gui Boratto Remix)"
Tocadisco feat. Lennart A. Salomon "Better Begin (Gui Boratto Remix)"
Phonique "Space Cruise (feat. Gui Borrato Phonique Version)"
Oliver Klein "ReKraft (Gui Boratto Version)"
Goldfrapp "A&E (Gui Boratto Remix)" Mute Records
2008 Patrice D Angello and Nick Holson "One Day (Gui Borratto Remix)"
Philip Flindt "Forward (Gui Boratto Remix)"
Adam Freeland "Silverlake Pills (Gui Boratto Remix)"
Bomb the Bass "Black River (featuring Mark Lanegan)” (Gui Boratto Remix)"
Sam Taylor Wood & Pet Shop Boys "I'm in Love with a German Film Star (Gui Boratto Remix)"
Adam Freeland "ManCry (Gui Boratto Remix)" (Unreleased)
2009 Pet Shop Boys "Love Etc. (Gui Boratto Remix)"
Solee "Impressed (Gui Boratto Remix)" Parquet Recordings
Moby "Pale Horses (Gui Boratto’s Last Window Remix)"
Massive Attack "Paradise Circus (Gui Boratto Mix)"
2010 Alexis Tyrel "Rebecca Loos (Gui Boratto Remix)"
Way Out West "The Gift (Gui Boratto's Fallopian Remix)"
Trentemoller "Sycamore Feeling"
2012 Neil Davidge "Awakening (Halo 4 Original Soundtrack) (Gui Boratto Remix)"
Battles "Wall Street (Gui Boratto Remix)""
Stimming & David August "Sexy Biest (Gui Boratto Remix)" Diynamic
2013 Wankelmut feat. Emma Louise "My Head is a Jungle (Gui Boratto Remix)"
2015 Melon "Air (Gui Boratto Remix)"
2017 London Grammar "Big Picture (Gui Boratto Rework)"


  1. ^ Thiessen, Brock."Gui Boratto Tells Stories", Exclaim!, April 2009.
  2. ^ [1] Archived August 14, 2009, at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ [2]
  4. ^ "RA: Gui Boratto: Like you - Interview". 2008-03-14. Retrieved 2013-08-06.

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