Releases on Boring Machines:The Sky is Full of Kytes (2012)
In 1981 he co-founded T.A.C. (Tomografia Assiale Computerizzata), a long-lived and outstanding Italian band operating on the border between experimental music, leftfield rock and post-industrial and still active to these days.
Between 1986 and 1988 he created the dark-chamber ensemble Kino Glaz and in 1991 he joined well know band Kirlian Camera, with whom he worked for seven years releasing several albums and performing live throughout Europe. Relocated in New York he graduated in sound engineering at the Institute of Audio Research.
Back to Italy in 1998, he relocated to Cagliari where he currently lives and works, focusing on site-specific installations, dance and theatre soundtracks and where, after a few years hiatus, he has reactivated T.A.C. releasing three new albums.
In the very same town, he also started several groups, like ESP, Deep Engine and Qaumanek and he is a regular member of electro-acoustic improvisation ensemble MOEX. Moreover, in 2005 he participated to Barcelona LEM festival with the new project Electrified Ether, a duo with tabletop guitarist Sara Aresu.
In November 2006 he also formed the duo Dream Weapon Ritual with actress and singer Monica Serra (also from T.A.C.)
He has so far performed live or recorded with the following musicians and groups: Corrado Altieri,Paolo Angeli, Alberto Balia, Bron Y Aur, Alberto Cabiddu, Giampaolo Campus, Marco Cappelli, Elia Casu, Fabio Cerina, Mattia Coletti, Silvia Corda, Sylvie Courvoisier, Bruno Dorella, Max Eastley, Forbici Di Manitù, Henning Frimann, Gerstein, Tim Hodgkinson, Xabier Iriondo, Kind Of Cthulhu, Limbo, Elio Martusciello, Patrizia Mattioli, Metaform, Ikue Mori, Clara Murtas, Victor Nubla, Alessandro Olla, Adriano Orrù, Parts, Stefania Pedretti, Antonio Piga, Maja Ratkje, Paolo Sanna, Signorafranca, Damo Suzuki, Stefano Tedesco, Thelema, TH26, Giorgio Vivaldi e Z’EV.
His music has been used for dance, theatre, movies, advertising, exhibitions and by RAI for television and radio programs.