01. Who are you ?
I’m an ex drummer.
Actually an electronic music composer, live performer and dj.
I’m really into ambient, atmospheric soundscapes and techno.
02. What are you listening actually ?
I listen a lot of different genres.
When i was a drummer i listened to metal, punk, crust and hardcore music.
Now i’m much more into ambient and techno, but you know the first love is never forgotten.
All the northern european music is always present in my playlist, preferably the darker and more atmospheric one (no matter the genre).
I have always preferred the more underground music, as still today.
I have no particular artists to whom I am inspired. All that inspires me is nature, the mountains, the sea, everything related to nature.
3. How you came to music ?
As mentioned, I have been playing drums for several years.
I was in a band and we had several releases and tours around the world.
My first approach to music was EDM, techno and similar, during the school period.
After that I approached classical, experimental, rock-progressive and psychedelic music.
In this period I started playing the drums and I fell in love with those genres that I then played in my band (metal, hc-punk).
After the band broke up, I started producing electronic music until today.
4. What gear do you use in studio/live ?
For composing and producing music in the studio, I use several daw on my pc.
Synths, drum machines, various effects and midi controllers are part of my personal equipment.
As for live shows, I always prefer a set up as minimal and effective as possible for that set.
5. Do you have an anecdote or a memory to tell us about your music ?
The song released for your compilation was composed in a very particular moment of my life, and is dedicated to a very special person for me, I composed it for this person, and it should have been only for her, never be published.
6. Which artist would you dream of working with?
Michel Iseneld, Dan Vicente, Anthony Linell, Jonas Rönnberg.
7. What are your plans for the future?
Keep composing music that I love.
Photo : Riccardo Bravo