Personal considerations about what visiting the UK meant to me, three years after my wife and I left the country.
Matthew Graybosch reviewed my album ‘After 1989’. I’m honoured and flattered by such a genuine and magnificent analysis.
How I mixed a rework of Ember Rev’s debut album, exploiting the subproject functionality in REAPER to save time and processing power.
My debut concept album has been receiving a bit more attention recently, especially after I stopped trying to sell it.
A frustration-fueled personal post on how migrating back to Italy two years ago was not the solution.
On the 60th anniversary of the building of the Berlin Wall, I’ve decided to release the last video from the album ‘After 1989’.
An autobiographical rumination about migrating in Europe during a time of populism. Remixing Ember Rev in collaboration with Antiquity.
A delicate piano-centric album, ‘Hidden Music’ is another successful collaboration with multi-instrumentalist Dan Ecclestone.
New music video to celebrate the first anniversary of my debut solo album, ‘After 1989: A Trip to Freedom’.
I spent the last month and a half leaving the UK, followed by two lingering monsters: a global pandemic and a massive feeling of betrayal.
75 years ago, while two young men escaped from Sachsenhausen concentration camp, the US nuked Hiroshima with a bomb named Little Boy.
Secret Eclectic review for my song ‘13 Days’. A London-based website, they’re a team of people who love supporting emerging acts.
The Cuban crisis of 1962. President Kennedy announces proof of a build-up of Soviet missiles on the island. The world is one step from nuclear war.
Stunning review by Nova Music Blog for ‘Skinny Kid’, the opening single from my debut album ‘After 1989’.
Another amazing album review for ‘After 1989’: Angry Baby wade every week through great new indie music tracks to find the best gems.
YHHTMY podcast selected my song ‘Love Field’ from the album ‘After 1989’ for their latest episode.
I recorded and co-produced strings arrangements for Clifford’s eponymous debut album, in collaboration with Paolo Clementi.
Singer-songwriter Callum Gardner’s new single, ‘Without You’, is out now. Bass and full production by Minutes to Midnight.
A partial chronicle of what I did to retrace my grandfather’s steps in Sachsenhausen concentration camp. In the process, I wrote my debut concept album.
How an arrangement for another band became the opening single and lead song for Minutes to Midnight’s concept album ‘After 1989’.
Cheering crowds greet the President at Love Field, the Dallas airport. As the motorcade cuts through the city, I imagine to be there, standing still while everything changes.
The music blog Indiebuddie reviews ‘Skinny Kid’, opening single from my debut concept album ‘After 1989’.
A concept album about my grandfather, who escaped Germany in 1945, while I made the other way round, looking for answers.
30 years after the opening of the Berlin Wall, ‘After 1989’ is a real-life story about imprisonment and liberty. Watch the video teaser.
A rough and unpolished partial testimony of a different approach to production and the general workflow.
I mixed Ember Rev’s follow-up album to ‘Premonition and Ruin’, collaborating with Sam Inglis and Ian Shepherd.
I produced and played a mean bass in Gardner’s new single, ‘Wriggle A Little’, which featured an epic guitar solo.
I recorded and co-produced strings arrangements for Mally Harpaz new solo album, in collaboration with Paolo Clementi.
A concept album around a lament for the European ideal. I mixed and co-produced working with songwriter Dan Ecclestone.
A comprehensive list of live shows that I performed around England as a bass player, between 2017 and 2018, with Callum Gardner and his band.
Bass and full production for London-based singer-songwriter Callum Gardner’s new single, ‘Hang Loose’.
Meeting Callum Gardner fired up a long-term collaboration that started with producing, mixing and mastering his debut single.