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Giorgio by Moroder | Daft Punk Featuring Giorgio Moroder

Giorgio by Moroder | Daft Punk Featuring Giorgio Moroder

The legend that is Giorgio Moroder and his collaboration with Daft Punk Today more than ever, DJs are becoming the new stars, but what about the birth of disco music, the musical genre that gave rise to these stars? As part of their album Random Access Memories, Daft Punk features the story of the pioneer of...
Party Hard and Be Yourself | Interview with Turbofunk Italians RESET!

Party Hard and Be Yourself | Interview with Turbofunk Italians RESET!

  Rocoe changes gears to Turbo drive Reset! is a collective of four young DJs who divide their time between creating music and managing the business behind it.  Starting with a remix for Cassius, they’ve created parties where people have fun while listening to energy-driven happy music. The result is a fresh new genre of...
Discovering Shades of Music | Interview with Bruno Pasini

Discovering Shades of Music | Interview with Bruno Pasini

In his 20 years of experience in the music industry, Bruno Pasini  has worked side by side with artists such as Beyonce, Bob Dylan, Whitney Houston, Madonna, Michael Jackson, and the Rolling Stones. While we might think of music as a universal language, the truth is that even these legendary artists need to be, in a...
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Telling a Story with Sound | Interview with Italian Guitarist JP Cervoni

Telling a Story with Sound | Interview with Italian Guitarist JP Cervoni

  JP Cervoni is an established session guitar player; he was born in Italy, and he has lived and worked in Los Angeles for over thirty years. As of late, he has released some interesting music and has been involved in remarkable  projects, such as the reunion of The Babys, some productions with legendary drummer Simon...
The Sound of Living Abroad

The Sound of Living Abroad

We all have ears. So it’s not possible not to hear what the city you live in has to say. There are 4 type of sounds, at least for me. 1. The sound of emergency. New city, new emergencies. You are walking around discovering the amazing place you are in, and suddenly an ambulance siren makes your...
The Barking Dogs | The Right Mix of Two Italian DJs

The Barking Dogs | The Right Mix of Two Italian DJs

The Barking Dogs are a DJ duo who are based in Milan and are well known internationally because if you’ve had the chance to go to at least one of their nights you know that it’s impossible stop dancing.  True party animals, they have cast their spell on the dance floor of the legendary Milanese...
IRKO | Behind the Biggest Names in Music

IRKO | Behind the Biggest Names in Music

An Interview with an Italian who engineers hits When you listen to Jennifer Lopez, Kid Kudi, Jay-Z and Common you probably don’t think there’s an Italian influence in the songs.  That’s why it’s so exciting to learn that behind some of the biggest hits there’s the fascinating work of an Italian musical mind.  His name...
Scuola Furano | An Innovative Expression of Italian House Music

Scuola Furano | An Innovative Expression of Italian House Music

  If you are a house music addict and at the same time you like pop and dance rhythms, you should definitely know Scuola Furano. If you don’t, this is your chance to add some great new tracks to your personal music collection and discover how the music you love dancing to is created.  ...
Paolo Petrocelli | Creative Culture in Motion

Paolo Petrocelli | Creative Culture in Motion

Leader of the Italian branch of the National Youth Network of the European Cultural Parliament, Associate Director at IMG Artists, violinist, he’s not even 30, but Paolo Petrocelli already has so many titles that to list them all would probably crash our website. What unites these roles is a passion for music and a profound...
Interview with the Italian guitarist Patrick Abbate

Interview with the Italian guitarist Patrick Abbate

I met Patrick in in Los Feliz, about 6330 miles away from his native town, on the beautiful island of Sardinia… Dressed like an American rocker, this Italian guitarist has a nice attitude about the place where he comes from, and in this interview he talks about his adventures: from Oristano to Los Angeles in...
Interview with Composer Carlo Siliotto

Interview with Composer Carlo Siliotto

I remember seeing Carlo Siliotto’s name on several successful Italian pop records starting in the late ’70s and early ’80s.  He was listed as a session player and later as a composer for movies. Born in Rome, these days Carlo spends a lot of his time in Marina del Rey, California, where I met him...
Simon Boccanegra | At the Opera with Mr. Domingo

Simon Boccanegra | At the Opera with Mr. Domingo

Being a new contributor to Ganzo, I very proudly flaunted my new press privileges. As a “serious” journalist, I was able to reach a couple of my contacts to get a sneak peak of Giuseppe Verdi’s “Simon Boccanegra,” performed at the Los Angeles Opera. I assumed that being invited backstage I would meet Domingo, of...