Placebo “Loud Like Love”
I love the energy of this song and its message. I have always loved Placebo. I still listen to this song often to wake me up, as the explosion of the refrain is sensational. One day, I would like to put this into one of my DJ Sets!
Zucchero “Il Volo”
My father got me into Zucchero when I was a child, as we always used to listen to this when we were in the car. I am very fond of this song, as it reminds me of the atmosphere and sound of the countryside we used to drive through. When I listen to it, I feel at home.
Aphex Twin “Windowlocker”
I played this vinyl a lot for many years, a long time ago when I worked in a pub and the owner was happy because he was a big fan of Aphex Twin. I stayed there for another two years! So basically, Aphex kept me my job .
One of mf favourite tracks from Moby. Ten minutes of dark sensations, travel and melancholy. This track inspired me and many of my tracks that I have produced over the years, as well as ‘White Dwarf’ and ‘Go Away From Here’. Moby has always been a part of my background.
Pink Floyd “Comfortably Numb”
The masterpiece. I was recently at the Pink Floyd show in Rome and listening to this song on headphones while watching their performance and their instruments was even more exciting. David Gilmour’s guitar solo is something from from another planet. Humanity must give thanks to Pink Floyd for many of their works.
Colonna Sonora “L’Ultimo DeiMohcani”
This is the soundtrack from my favourite movie. Both the film and the soundtrack are top for me. I remember the first time that I saw the movie, I was in love with the screen play and music. When I was little I used this soundtrack as an into at my gigs. I would like to do it again soon, maybe at a festival…..what do you think?
The Verve “The Drugs Don’t Work”
I love this band, love this song – a huge fan of The Verve. ‘Urban Hymns’ was the first CD that I bought with my own money back in 1997. It was a fantastic year for music. This album is still current. The sound is progressive and I love Richard Ashcroft’s vocals. So many memories with this track – wow!
Cypress Hill “What’s Your Numbers” Feat Tim Armstrong
This song is exciting. I listened to it for the first time on a radio station in Italy. I am not really a huge fan of this genre of music, but this song was one that stood out and one that immediately fascinated me.
Pau Van Dyk “For An Angel”
In the bathroom, shower, kitchen….I always listen to trance music. It helps me to relax believe it or not! This is masterpiece from Paul Van Dyk. I have many of his vinyl’s and in my free time I listen to them all, as well as played a few at my gigs. Maybe Paul was the first artist that really did influence my trance productions.
Frankie HI-NRG MC “Quelli Che Benpensano”
Well, this is my favoriute Italian rap song of the 90’s and even today! This song talks about socials issues, about the powerful who have no respect for the weak, the social problem of drugs and about parents who leave their children in front of the TV to make their own lives comfortable. This song is 20 years old, but the references and its vibe still are very current.