My approach to sound is based on the recording and transformation of environmental sounds, as a way to investigate the meanings of individual and collective contemporary ways of life. In live performances, I prefer acousmatic sets, in order to engage audience into deep listening experiences. I participated to several events such as Contemporary Music Festival of Bozen, IXEM, Spamming Fest, Scatole Sonore, Tuneup Fest, Natural History Museum of Sound, Your Soundscape.
an emotional space to know myself and the world outside and feel pleasure
to let people develop they ability to deeply listen to themselves and the world outside
developing people competence to understand and elaborate their emotions and thoughts
the theme song from doctor who
Pink Floyd, Brian Eno, Harold Budd, Michael Nyman, Francisco Lopez, Lustmord, Thomas Koner, How To Disappear Completely, Lawrence English, Eric La Casa, Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schultze, Jean MIchel Jarre, Giorgio Moroder, La Monte Young, Asmus Tietchens, Charlemagne Palestine, Depeche Mode, The Cure, The Sounds, Gary Numan, John Foxx ....
emotions and reality
there is much more sound to hear inside and outside of us than we usually do and this can help us to better understand life and human interactions, so that we can all build a better world and live better together, in a more creative and shared way
a deep sense of joy and interconnection with others (other musicians and audience)
in my opinion they should overcome the stupid idea of competition, to help all together to create a sound environment in which to live better, in a more creative, constructive and shared way
an interesting tool to discover and share new music and promote one's music
the difficulty of finding really useful channels for the spread of one's music
sharing new interesting music and initiatives (concerts, sound installations, meetings, etc)
Unfortunately, often more being a good marketing man than a good musician