Gaudi performing live in 2010
|Birth name||Daniele Gaudi|
|Also known as||Gaudi, Dub Alchemist, Groovekilla, Mad Master Moog, Lele Gaudi,|
12 July 1963 |
|Genres||Dub, Reggae, Electronica, World Music, Breakbeat|
|Occupations||Musician, Composer, Record Producer, Songwriter, Singer|
|Instruments||Theremin, moog, Keyboards, Melodica, Singing|
|Labels||Polygram, Mercury Records, Six Degrees, Interchill, FAX, Em:t|
Daniele Gaudi (born July 12, 1963 in Bologna, Italy) is a musician, composer, record producer. and solo artist. Gaudi's music is a fusion of dub, worldbeat and electronica. Despite the majority of his production work taking place at his studio in London, he is a busy solo artist/performer and spends a large proportion of his time touring - performing to club and festival audiences around the world. His career started in the early 1980s, his musical foundations were set in electronic and reggae music.
Early days - Italy 1981-1995
Gaudi's professional career started in 1981 in Italy as a keyboard player in the new-wave band Wild Planet. Two years later he joined electronica band Red Light and following that in 1985 he became a member of Violet Eves, a band with an important role in the Italian underground music scene combining electronica, punk and traditional Italian melodies. Later that same year Gaudi joined the reggae band Bamboo Company who gave him the opportunity to develop his production skills and also increased his music knowledge in what was to become the heart and soul of his style from then on – Reggae music.
Gaudi started to gain recognition in the music underground scene for his production work and began to be approached by other bands for studio production and collaboration work. This included work with ‘The Gang’ (album "Barricada", 1985) and ‘Disciplinatha’ (album "Abbiamo pazientato 40 anni, ora basta", 1987).
In 1986 Gaudi and three members of his previous band Bamboo Company formed Raptus, the first Hip Hop band Italian lyrics. They released the single "Peggio della colla" with the Indie label Multimedia Attak Punk Records and were subsequently spotted by Italian popstar Vasco Rossi and his production team Terryball. Terryball produced the next single but although expectation for the project was high unfortunately exposure was low and the band split.
In 1987 Gaudi began his first solo project as a singer under the name ‘Lele Gaudi’ with the creation of what was to become the first ‘Raggamuffin’ album written in the Italian language. In 1988 the album was finished however record companies were uneasy with the concept of an untried formula and unwilling to take the risk of releasing it. Gaudi spent the next 2 years meeting companies to find an appropriate record deal. During this period he also spent time in Jamaica, testing his project and getting valuable feedback on the quality of his work; it was well received.
Back in Italy, he teamed up with producers Ricky Rinaldi aka ‘Ohm Guru’ and Frank Nemola to form production company ‘Tubi Forti’. Together they produced many indie bands including icons of the Italian hip hop scene ‘Isola Posse All Stars’. This versatile production team also released many dance tunes under different names including: ‘National Rare Groove’, ‘Dr Muff & Crazy Stuff’, ‘4t Thieves’, ‘Etnotechno’ (Gaudi's first experiment using world music with a fusion of Egyptian chants and electro funk).
Two years on from the initial knock-backs Gaudi's signed his first major record deal with Polygram for his solo project. His first single " Maliniconico Love" was recorded in London featuring Ragga artist ‘Crucial Robbie’ and the video which followed was given major attention by MTV.
Gaudi's debut album " Basta Poco" was released in Italy in 1991. Massive national media exposure culminated in the winning of his first award as "Best Italian New Coming Artist 1991".
Gaudi's second single "1990 Anni Fa" was released later in the year by Polygram/Mercury Records and was promptly banned from Vatican City due to its ‘sensitive content'. Needless to say this did nothing to harm record sales.
For the tour that followed the success of the album, Gaudi was backed by reggae band WDX. This was the beginning of 4 years of continuous touring and live performances with major international reggae artists including: Ziggy Marley, Third World, Sister Carol, I Threes, Sweetie Irie, Half Pint, The Wailers, Yellowman, Freddie McGregor, Mutabaruka, Maxi Priest, Shinehead and Jimmy Cliff .
By 1992 Gaudi was becoming an established figure in the Italian music scene and his next single " Magari" was a top ten hit. The video was also a regular on the MTV playlist. 1992 also saw the release of the politically controversial single " Legala" by To-sse, a landmark collaboration between many of the major names in the Italian underground scene of which Gaudi was one.
For his second album ‘Gaudium Magnum’ the tag ‘Lele Gaudi’ became simply Gaudi. The single " Andavo a 100 all'ora" reached the top 10.
In 1993 Gaudi added his signature to a collaboration with socially conscious popstar Ricky Gianco (well known for his upfront social commentary). The exposure gained from this project, firmly established Gaudi as a household name.
In 1994 Gaudi wrote a vocal Ragga part for the single " Lei sta con te" for pop singer Francesco Baccini
Pulling together previous influences and flavors Gaudi started experimenting with the Theremin in dub and world music, releasing several tracks under the name ‘Dub Alchemist’.
London - 1995 - present
In 1995 Gaudi made the decision to move to London where access to a growing international and more groundbreaking music industry would allow him to continue to develop both artistically and professionally.
in 1996 Gaudi set up ‘Metatron Studio London’ which is his current creative HQ as well as the production company ‘Sub Signal’ .
Gaudi was also still exploring the frontiers of his field and wrote and produced a concept album "Sound of Anatomy" under the name ‘Ultraviolet Zero’ with Pauli Atzei.
Gaudi had risen to the challenge of re-establishing himself and in November 1996 he reached No.1 in the UK dance chart with his remix of Cool Jack's " Jus' come" (AM PM Records) - it was released under the project name ‘Terra Terra’, a collaboration between Gaudi and DJ Angelino. This was followed in 1997 with his remix of English indie band ‘Mansun’s’ track "Taxloss" reaching No.15 in the UK Chart and in 1998 his remix of Peter Andre’s "All about us " reached No.3 in the UK charts.
All this bought Gaudi recognition for his work as a remixer and in the following years he remixed an impressive line up including: Lamb, Simple Minds, Artful Dodger, Kinobe, Dusted, Trilok Gurtu, 1 Giant Leap, Africa Bambaataa, Apache Indian, Shpongle, Almamegretta, Elisa among others.
In 1997 Gaudi wrote the track ‘Non ti Scrivero’’ for Italian pop star Irene Grandi which featured on her double platinum selling album ‘Per fortuna purtroppo’.
Since 1997 Gaudi has also written and produced soundtracks for TV programs including the "MTV Europe Music Awards 1998", and music for TV commercials including ones for Sony PlayStation, Longines, Fiat, Seat, Energie, Fiorucci and " The Express" newspaper amongst others.
In September 1999, after receiving 3 gold discs and 1 silver, Gaudi's third album "Earthbound" (Bustin Loose Recordings) was released worldwide. Earthbound contains a mix of influences ranging from Indian ragas to African chanting and from Jamaican chatting to Italian traditional melodies; it’s one unifying factor being the flavors of reggae and dub. The album featured 39 musicians from around the globe, including Jamaican Ragga artist General Levy, Indian singers Kiren Sambhi and Sonal Varsani, Sardinian voice virtuoso Tenores di Neoneli with Trio Cocco, and Antonio Testa who provided the track " Stalagmite", which was recorded in a cave playing natural stalagmites.
Earthbound gave Gaudi worldwide sales recognition and the exposure led to many tracks appearing on various compilations. The album ‘Earthbound in Dub’ was also released later that year on Sub Signal.
In 2000 Gaudi spent time in Africa in Burkina Faso experiencing for himself the lifestyles and culture of the indigenous communities; for Gaudi it was a profound experience personally; his connections with many talented musicians and the subsequent recordings that he made out there were the catalyst for his next album ‘Bass, Sweat & Tears’.
2000 also saw the beginning of an important collaboration between Gaudi and DJ Pathaan, one of the biggest exponents on the World music scene at that time. Together they created ‘Orchestral World Groove’ (OWG), released several tracks for compilations and toured internationally over a four-year period with performing at high profile venues world wide and festivals such as Roskilde (Denmark), Skol Beat (Brazil), The Big Chill and Gatecrasher (England).
Aside from a busy schedule of performances, production and writing, 2001 saw Gaudi getting involved in creating music for films. He remixes the title track for the Italian movie " Luna Rossa " (music by Dr Cat (musician), Pier Paolo Polcari and Raiz) by director Sergio Capuano which was presented at Venice film Festival. He also co-wrote tracks for the soundtrack of the movie " Cuore scatenato " by director Gianluca Sodaro, with Raiz and Pier Paolo Polcari (two members of Italian cult band Almamegretta) .
Two further movie projects followed in 2002 as Gaudi wrote the soundtracks for "High Speed" by Hollywood director Jeff Jensen and "The Ride" by UK director Andrea Strand . He also wrote the soundtrack for the theatre play "My Beautiful Launderette" by Hanif Kureishi, subsequently released on his Sub Signal label. This year also saw the production of the album "Recreational" (Sub Signal 2002) released under the name "Weirdub" - one of Gaudi’s side projects, this time in collaboration with Dr Cat (musician), Pier Paolo Polcari and featuring bass legend Bill Laswell.
2003 started with Gaudi producing a version of the song "The man who sold the world", by David Bowie, for historic band Simple Minds. As a result of his work Gaudi then went on to work with Simple Minds front man Jim Kerr on the production and remixing of his single "Innerworld".
In the summer of 2003 Gaudi put the final touches to his fourth solo album "Bass, Sweat & Tears" - a fusion of dub and nu-beat with a global mix of influences, inspired by native cultures from around the world.
In the summer of 2003 Gaudi collaborated with Italian classical composer Massimo Nunzi on a ground breaking project; the work was a symphonic/jazz interpretation of Shakespeare's "The Tempest" for 20 piece Jazz/Classical orchestra infused with live electronic elements and real-time manipulation. On stage with Gaudi were many of the major exponents of the world jazz scene such as: Gianluigi Trovesi, Mederic Collignon, Gianluca Petrella, Paolo Damiani, Ada Montellanico and Italian pop singer Niccolo Fabi. The Tempest was performed at a high profile concert at the Villa Borghese in Rome and also at the ‘Roccella Jonica Jazz Festival’ in the summer 2003.
With his reputation as a skilled producer and remixer growing and more high profile work taking place both within and out of the studio; 2004 saw Gaudi receive his most prized project to date when he remixed the track "Soul Shake Down Party" by Bob Marley. For a consummate reggae fan such as Gaudi, having the honor of working with the original vocals of an artist such as Marley was an awesome experience.
On 14 September 2004 Gaudi, in collaboration with French musical inventor Michel Moglia and his unique ‘Fire Organ’, gave a spectacular double performance at the Colosseum, Rome. They performed 'Elemental' - an 'opera of electricity' for Fire Organ and Theremin composed and performed by the duo - to an international audience of more than 350,000.
Gaudi's fourth solo album "Bass, Sweat & Tears", released worldwide by Interchill Records in October 2004, was a huge success and is still today the labels best selling release to date. The album reached number 2 in the iTunes European Chart and number 32 in iTunes US. Tracks from the album are featured in around 40 compilations with 2 film soundtrack licenses having been signed (2 tracks were featured in Pooja Bhatt's Bollywood 'film noir' "Rog" as well as appearing on the official CD soundtrack); One of the tracks 'Sufani' was used in the Indian Film "Fareb" and the track ‘Chant Thermique’ featured on the award winning soundtrack for the film ‘Let it Ride’ about the life of snowboarding legend Craig Kelly.
In 2005 Italian pop star Irene Grandi selected 2 tracks written by Gaudi in a joint project with Riccardo Cavalieri for her album ‘Indelebile’. The track ‘Lasciala Andare’, which became the single for the album, was a huge success reaching no. 7 in the Italian charts and staying in the top 10 for 16 consecutive weeks.
The 2005 'Bass, Sweat & Tears’ summer tour saw Gaudi performing both solo and with his band "Live Dub Laboratory", completing a busy schedule of performances at clubs and festivals around the UK and Europe including Glastonbury, Glade Festival, Rototom Sunsplash, Sonica and Omni festivals.
Later in the same year Gaudi's fifth album CONTINVVM was released: created in collaboration with percussionist and Sound-therapist Antonio Testa, Continuum was a concept album blending experimental electronica with organic elements released worldwide by legendary UK label Em:t Records. The album reached no.3 in the iTunes European Electronic chart.
2006 was kicked off by a great collaborative album release between Gaudi and legendary ambient music producer Pete Namlook; Their album "Re:sonate", combines Pete’s ‘trademark’ lengthy meandering structures and spacey pads with Gaudi’s dub vibes and unique ‘home-grown’ sounds, producing an end result that is both very Namlook and definitely Gaudi at the same time. Recorded at Klanglabor Hodeshof, Germany, in November 2005, it was released worldwide on 23 January 2006 by FAX Records.
As well as his own work Gaudi was also involved in a memorable studio collaboration with dub legend Lee "Scratch" Perry and highly respected producer Dennis Bovell. His role, with fellow producer Charlie Redseal, was in the programming of new drum parts for the remakes of three iconic Bob Marley tracks written by Perry: "Kaya", "Sun Is Shining" and "Punky Reggae Party".
Gaudi’s production and performance skills saw him invited to collaborate on a number of different projects in 2006; He co-wrote and played Melodica, Theremin and Moog on the track ‘Palmprint' by electro-dub duo 'Sounds From The Ground' for their album "High Rising". He also produced and co-wrote the debut solo album of Ashtech "Walkin' Target" which includes 4 tracks featuring the inimitable voice of 'Cheshire Cat' from legendary production team Leftfield.
Gaudi's compilation "Sub Signals vol.1" - a selection of prime dub cuts from a pedigree stable of artists, was released on his label ‘Sub Signal’ in association with Interchill Records in November 2006.
By 2007, with 10 albums to his name, 250 music productions, over 80 remixes and more than 100 compilations featuring his tracks, Gaudi had become an artist and producer in demand. One high profile visitor to Metatron Studio that year was reggae legend Horace Andy who Gaudi recorded for the track ‘Just say who’ which featured, alongside Gaudi’s remix of the same, on Almamegretta’s album ‘Vulgus’. A busy and high profile international tour with performances in Australia, Canada, Russia, US and Europe kept him busy while not in the studio.
Gaudi's own very special album project "Dub Qawwali" featuring the amazing vocals of the 'Pakistan’s premier ambassador of Qawwali music' Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan was released worldwide August 2007 by Six Degrees Records. It received massive critical acclaim internationally reaching no.2 in iTunes US Chart, no.4 in the UK and was the no.1 seller in Amazon.com’s Electronic Music section for a period. It also earned him a nomination for the BBC's World Music Awards 2008.
In early 2008 Gaudi lent out his talents in a studio session with the legendary hip hop pioneer Grandmaster Flash, for his single "What if no more hip hop". Alongside a busy tour schedule, Gaudi returned to Italy in the spring for 4 months to take on the role of 'vocal coach' for the hit TV talent show The X Factor; he worked with the vocal groups category and emerged victorious with his group 'Aram Quartet' winning the show.
2009 started with a return to X Factor for the second series and once again to coach the groups category. It was another successful series with his group 'The Bastard Sons of Dioniso' winning the "critic's award" and their track 'L'amor Carnale' (co-written and produced by Gaudi) reaching no.1 in the Italian charts; Their debut EP also earned Gaudi his 4th Gold Disc. Subsequently, Gaudi also produced their debut album "In Stasi Perpetua" which was released by Sony Music in November 2009. After spending the summer touring America, Canada, UK and Greece, Gaudi returned to Italy again in the autumn for the 3rd series of X Factor where this time his female vocal trio "Yavanna" took 3rd place.
Gaudi’s 12th album 'NO PRISONERS' (feat. Michael Franti, Dub Gabriel, Elisa, Dr. Israel) was released in March 2010 by Six Degrees Records and his subsequent 'No Prisoners World Tour' (which lasted three years) was a big success, with pretty much all the 220 performances sold-out.
2011 began with a heavyweight and ongoing collaboration with UK electronica pioneer Alex Paterson of The Orb, where the pair remixed classic reggae tunes from the Trojan Records catalogue including tracks by Desmond Dekker, The Upsetters and Bob & Marcia among others. Gaudi and Alex Paterson along with musical maverick Chester, have also formed the studio project SCREEN, with the release of their debut album "We are Screen" by UK label Malicious Damage (www.screen.so). Another hi-profile 2011 production was Gaudi's remix work of the project Metallic Spheres, the chart-topping collaboration between The Orb and Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour. The remix work didn't start and finish there however as amongst others Gaudi also remixed Lamb, Trentemoller, Willie Nelson, Delhi 2 Dublin, Ganga Giri, Animation, Kaya Project, HFB, Adriano K, Noia, Meditronica feat. Raiz, David Harrow, The Orb and Lee Scratch Perry. February 2012 was the release date of the double cd compilation "Everlasting - selected and mixed by Gaudi" (Iboga Records), a selection of electronic cuts by heavyweight music producers including: Tipper, Pete Namlook, System 7, Eat Static, Shpongle & Alan Parson's Project, Trentemoller, Lamb, Mad Professor, The Orb, Tripswitch, Screen, Pitch Black and also Gaudi himself, with his exclusive song "Filling the void". He also produced the tracks “What I am” and “Nuclear ting” by reggae artist Marty Dread, both appearing on his 2012 album “Sometimes it rains in paradise”.
A tight schedule of music works kept Gaudi very busy in the recording studio throughout 2012, with the production of his new album, the production of the new album by American reggae band “Indubious”, the composition of the track “Pawa 2 da ppl” with Adamski, the remix of psy-trance artist Captain Hook, and the production/songwriting of the tracks “Tonto’s expansions” and “Leather Sexy Dynamite (LSD)”.
A lengthy 2012 tour of the USA, Canada, Europe, India and Australia ended in December with Gaudi performing at The Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. New remixes and studio collaborations with Deep Forest, Banco de Gaia, Suns of Arqa, Sizzla, Asian Dub Foundation and Almamegretta started off 2013; and, following on from his successes as a vocal coach on the hit TV show X Factor in previous years, Gaudi took on the role of vocal coach once more but this time for show 'The Voice' (shown on Italian national TV RAI2). For this he worked in partnership with long time friend and colleague Piero Pelú - front man of Italian rock band Litfiba.
Gaudi’s album "In between times" was released worldwide in May 2013 by Six Degrees Records. This reggae / electronica album features many pioneering artists such as Michael Rose (Black Uhuru front man), Lee Scratch Perry, Twilight Circus, The Orb, Danny Ladwa, Dennis Bovell, Raja Ram, Deadly Hunta, Jahmai and author and philosopher Gregory Sams.
Bands and pseudonyms
- Dub Alchemist
- Lele Gaudi’
- National Rare Groove
- 4T Thieves
- Dr Muff & Crazy Stuff
- Mad Master Moog
- Ultraviolet Zero
- Los Angeles
- Terra Terra
- Orchestral World Groove (OWG)
- GAUDI In between times (Six Degrees Records 2013)
- GAUDI No Prisoners (Six Degrees Records 2010)
- GAUDI + NUSRAT FATEH ALI KHAN Dub Qawwali (Six Degrees Records 2007)
- GAUDI & PETE NAMLOOK Re:sonate (Fax Records 2006)
- GAUDI:TESTA 1105 Continvvm (Em:t Records 2005)
- GAUDI Bass, Sweat & Tears (Interchill 2004)
- GAUDI & KEITA My Beautiful Laundrette (Sub Signal 2002)
- WEIRDUB "Recreational" (Sub Signal 2002)
- GAUDI Earthbound in Dub (Sub Signal 2000)
- GAUDI Earthbound (Bustin'Loose/Antenna 1999)
- ULTRAVIOLET ZERO "Sound of Anatomy" (Sub Signal 1996)
- GAUDI Gaudium magnum (Polygram/Mercury Records 1993)
- GAUDI Basta Poco (Polygram/Mercury Records 1991)
Singles, EP's & 12in
- GAUDI "Bad Boy Bass Remixes EP" (Six Degrees Records 2010)
- GAUDI + NUSRAT FATEH ALI KHAN "Dub Qawwali Remixed" (Six Degrees Records 2009)
- GAUDI "The Remixes" (Interchill 2008)
- GAUDI "Sufani" (Absolutely Records 2004)
- GAUDI " Desert " (Bustin'Loose 2000)
- MAD MASTER MOOG "Cadillac kitsch" (Tube Trax 1999)
- DUB ALCHEMIST "Retrospective" (Irma Records 1996)
- LOS ANGELS "I want to break free" (Zac 1995)
- LAINZ MEET GAUDI "Vinile" (Black note 1994)
- GAUDI: "Andavo a 100 all'ora" (Polygram 1993)
- GAUDI "Magari" (Polygram 1992)
- GAUDI "Magari" (Polygram/Mercury Records 1992)
- GAUDI "1990 anni fa" (Polygram/Mercury Records 1991)
- TOSSE "Legala" (Vox Pop 1991)
- GAUDI "Malinconico love" (Polygram/Mercury Records 1991)
- ISOLA POSSE ALL STAR "Stop al Panico" (Century Vox 1991)
- ASEO "Ghe Sboro" 7in (Srazz records 1991)
- NATIONAL RARE GROOVE "Talking to you" (Calypso 1990)
- NATIONAL RARE GROOVE "Let's dance" (Calypso 1989)
- 4T THIEVES "Etnotechno" (Irma records 1989)
- DR.MUFF & CRAZY STUFF "Don't forget this" (Mighty Quinn 1989)
- RAPTUS "Peggio Della Colla" (Attak Punk records 1986)
|Deep Forest||Dub Africa||Fontana 2013|
|Banco de Gaia||Lamentation||Disco Gecko 2013|
|Sizzla||I'm Living||Muti Records 2013|
|Suns of Arqa||African temples||S.O.A 2013|
|Lamb||Build a fire||Strata 2011|
|Trentemoller||Always something better||Pokerflat|
|The Orb and Lee Scratch Perry||Soulman||Cooking Vinyl|
|David Harrow||"This is the earliest we're ever been late" (Screen remix)||TBA|
|Noia||Time is over me||N.O.I.A.2011|
|Adriano K||Juan del Monte||TBA|
|Animation||Miles runs the vodoo down||RareNoiseRecords|
|The Orb & David Gilmour||Metallic Spheres||Columbia|
|Delhi 2 Dublin||Raise it up||D2D|
|Ganga Giri||Good Voodo||GG|
|The Upsetters||The good, the bad and the upsetter||Trojan|
|The Orb||Meandering through the emerald turf||Malicious Damage|
|HFB||140 Billion||Malicious Damage|
|TATU||Time of the Moon||T A Music|
|Willie Nelson||Light this up|
|Kaya Project||Calico Stomp||Interchill Records|
|Desmond Dekker||Wonderful World||Trojan|
|The Orb||Vuja de||Liquid Sound|
|Zion Train||What a situation||Universal Egg|
|Ojos de brujo||Naita||Fabrica de Colores|
|Bob Marley||Soul shakedown party||Universal|
|Bob & Marcia||Trouble in mind||Trojan|
|Almamegretta feat. Horace Andy||Just say who||Sanacore|
|Noiseshaper||Walls of Silence||Echo Beach|
|Simple Minds||The man who sold the world||Absolutely|
|1 Giant Leap||The way you dream (OWG rmx)||Palm Picture|
|Spiral System||T.O.P. (Taste of Punjab)||Macro Records|
|Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan||Bethe Bethe Kese Kese||Six Degrees|
|Fatboy Slim||Don't let the man get you down||N/A|
|INXS||Need you tonight||Rhino Records|
|Scissor Sisters||Comfortably Numb||N/A|
|Artful Dodger feat. Romina Johnson||Movin' too fast||XL|
|Meditronica||Ki Eshmera Shabbat||Rare Noise Records|
|Trilok Gurtu||Future Heat (OWG rmx)||Silvascreen|
|Africa Bambaataa||You ask for the moon||Jam It UK|
|Apache Indian||Real People||East West|
|General Levy feat. Space Police||Renegade||Cat Records|
|The Dum Dum Project||Hey diwani, hey diwana||Silvascreen|
|Innerworld feat. Jim Kerr||Pascal Life||Absolutely|
|Matt Coldrick||Sweet as rain||Absolute Ambient|
|Karen Ramirez||Lies||Bustin' Loose|
|Irene Grandi||Che vita e'||East West|
|Jestofunk feat. Jocelyn Brown||Special Love||Irma Records|
|Karunesh||Punjab (OWG rmx)||Stoned Asia Music|
|Peter Andre||All about us||Mushroom|
|Black Star Liner||Bollywood Radio (OWG rmx)||BST|
|Dusted||Under the sun (OWG rmx)||Go Beat|
|Patty Pravo||Pensiero stupendo||Epic|
|Shpongle||Dorset perceptions||Twisted Records|
|Cool Jack||Jus' come||AM PM|
|Rebbie Jackson||Yours faithfully||Sony Music|
|Rey||Over my shoulder||Volume Records|
|Janet Rushmore||Pleasure||Free Town|
|Emilia||Singular formula||Bustin' Loose|
|Angelmoon||All I want||V2|
|Cosmic Rocker||Liquid medium||Kickin Music|
|Almamegretta||O mmeglio d'a vita||BMG|
|Doof||Star over Parvati (OWG rmx)||Twisted|
|New Clear Family||Generation of love||Warner|
|Daniele Groff||If u don't like it||BMG|
|Francesca Lago||Venere e Marte||Edel|
|Infernal||Serengeti (OWG rmx)||Flex Records|
|Love City||I Found Lovin'||East West|
|B.A.G. feat. Taka Boom||Back up||2R Records|
|Pino Donaggio||Theme from Brian de Palma's movie 'Carrie'||Six Degrees|
|Indiana||Who's in my vein||Platipus|
|L.A. Believers||She Said||Jam It UK|
Productions & Projects
|Gaudi||Album "In between times", production and composition||2013|
|Indubious||Album, "Wake the lion", production||2013|
|Deep Forest||track Dub Africa||2013|
|Sizzla||I'm Living remix||2013|
|Almamegretta||Track, The follower||2013|
|Banco do Gaia||Lamentation||2013|
|Asian Dub Foundation SS||1 Track, co-writing||2013|
|Suns of Arqa||African Temples||2013|
|Marty Dread||Tracks "What I am" and "Nuclear Ting", production||2012|
|Gaudi||Everlasting compilation (2CD), Selection and mixing||2012|
|Noia||track "Time is over me" - rmx with The Orb||2012|
|Adriano K||track "Juan del Monte" - rmx with The Orb||2012|
|Lamb||track "build a fire", remix||2012|
|Trentemoller||track "Always something better", remix||2011|
|The Orb and Lee Scratch Perry||track "Soulman", remix||2011|
|David Harrow||track "This is the earliest we're ever been late" (Screen remix)|
|Animation||track "Miles runs the voodo down"||2011|
|Screen||album "We are Screen" Co-writing and production||2012|
|Delhi2Dublin||track "Raise it up" remix||2011|
|The Orb and David Gilmour||track "Metallic Spheres" remix||2011|
|The Upsetters||track "The good, the bad and the Upsetter" rmx with The Orb||2011|
|Ganga Giri||track "Good Voodoo" remix||2011|
|The Orb||track "Meandering through the emerald turf" remix||2011|
|HFB||track "140 billion"||2010|
|Gaudi||E.P. "Bad Boy Bass - Remixes" Writing and production||2010|
|Tatu||track "Time of the moon" remix||2010|
|Kaya Project||track "Calico stomp" remix||2010|
|Gaudi||album "No Prisoners", Writing and production||2010|
|Joy||track "Rockstar 4 the night"||2010|
|Gaudi & Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan||E.P "Dub Qawwali- Remixes", Co-writing and production||2008|
|Meditronica||track "Ki Eshmera Shabbat", remix||2010|
|Desmond Dekker||track "What a Wonderful World", remix with The Orb||2010|
|Kaya Project||track "Calico Stomp", remix||2010|
|Yavanna||track "Una donna migliore", Production + arrangement||2009|
|Grandmaster Flash||track "What if no more hip hop", Theremin studio session||2008|
|Hardage feat. Gaudi||track "So Bright", Co-writing||2008|
|Aram Quartet||track "Chi (Who)", Vocal arrangements + Co-writing with Morgan||2008|
|Almamegretta feat. Horace Andy||track "Just say who", studio engineering and remix||2008|
|Gaudi + Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan||Album "Dub Qawwali", production and writing||2007|
|Let It Ride||movie soundtrack, track writing||2007|
|Ashtech||Album "Walkin’ Target"", production and writing||2007|
|Sounds From The Ground feat. Gaudi||track "Palmprint", co-writing and featuring||2006|
|Gaudi & Greg Hunter||track "Gyp", co-production and writing||2006|
|Sub Signals Vol 1||Album compilation, selection & mixing||2006|
|B+||track "Make your move", production & writing||2006|
|Sali Siva||tracks "Fly", "Raga", production||2006|
|Laxula||album "In Xile", mastering||2006|
|Saros 133||track "Then whip R.T.", production and writing with Random||2006|
|Dub Alchemist||track "M.F. Rainbow", production and writing||2006|
|Gaudi||track "Polar storm", production & writing||2006|
|Gaudi & Pete Namlook||Album "Re:sonate ", production and writing with Pete Namlook||2006|
|Saros 133||track "To the source", production and writing with Ash||2006|
|Lee Scratch Perry||tracks "Kaya", "Sun is shining", "Punky reggae Party", programming||2005|
|Irene Grandi||tracks "Lasciala andare" & "Lady picche", writing||2005|
|Gaudi & Tripswitch||track "on the edge", co-production & writing||2005|
|Gaudi:Testa||Album "Continuum ", co-writing with Antonio Testa & production||2005|
|Trispswitch||track "Exiled", percussion session||2005|
|Gaudi||Album "Bass, Sweat & Tears", production & writing||2004|
|Red Seal||track "Voices from beyond", vox sample||2004|
|Echology||track "Canzone Sporca", co-production with Begey||2004|
|The Egg||track "Walking on the snow" co-production with The Egg & Theremin session||2004|
|Gaudi vs Tripswitch||track "Subdown", co-production & writing with Tripswitch,||2004|
|Sansura||track "This is India", production & co-writing||2004|
|The Dum Dum project feat.OWG||track "Monsoon tears" co-production/writing with Sean Dinsmore||2003|
|Infected Mushroom||Track "Drop Out" (Redseal rmx), Theremin session||2003|
|Orchestral World Groove||Track "Mastani" production, co-writing with Swati Natekar||2003|
|Shakespeare's "The Tempest||symphonic adaptation for classical and electronic instrumentation, co-production with M.Nunzi||2003|
|Simple Minds||track "The man who sold the world" production rmx||2003|
|Trance Pause||track "I was made for loving you" co-production with Bacci Bros||2003|
|Biofeedback –session 1||cd compilation, production||2003|
|Gaudi||track "Sufani", production and writing||2002|
|Bag feat.Taka Boom||track "Back up" co-production with Bacci Bros + rmx||2002|
|My Beautiful Laundrette||soundtrack and production album||2002|
|High Speed||movie soundtrack||2002|
|The Ride||movie soundtrack||2002|
|Weirdub||album "Recreational" co-production with Dr.Cat & P.Polcari||2002|
|X-Sample||track "All night Tong" co-production with Bacci Bros||2002|
|Kakatsitsi||track "Fron on front" production||2002|
|The Pipeline||track "It's gaz!" production/co-writing with Jesper Mattsson||2002|
|Re-Vinyl||track "Lead man holler" co-production with Bacci Bros + rmx||2001|
|Luna Rossa||movie soundtrack "Astrigneme" rmx||2001|
|Karin Lopez||2 tracks co-writing/production with Claudio Gela||2001|
|Cuore scatenato||movie soundtrack, co-production with Raiz & P.Polcari||2001|
|Linda Berton||track "Million dollars" co-production with Dr Cat||2001|
|Shawn Lee||French tour as Theremin player||2001|
|C&D||track "Wake up everybody" production||2001|
|Ethnosphere||3 track co-production with Antonio Testa||2001|
|Elisa||album "Asile's world" Theremin session||2000|
|Native soul||track "Da mi alma " production||2000|
|Romina Johnson feat Wess||track "Love & happiness" production||2000|
|Ruby Sue||track "Be strong" production||2000|
|Ornella Vanoni & Delta V||track "L'infinito" Theremin session||2000|
|R-Cyia||Track "True to love" co-production with P.Polcari and Dr.Cat||2000|
|Z Star||2 traxx production||2000|
|Una||3 traxx co-production with Roberto Vernetti||2000|
|I choose TV||4 TV programs soundtrack||2000|
|Nerice||3 traxx production||2000|
|Gaudi||album "Earthbound" production/writing||1999|
|Rey feat.General Levy||track "Something that you remind me" co-production with Dr.Cat||1999|
|Sony PlayStation||TV commercial soundtrack||1999|
|Camouflage||2 traxx production||1999|
|Africa Bambaataa||track "U ask for the moon" rmx||1999|
|Jasper Mattsson||track "Natural" co-production with R.Vernetti||1999|
|Lia||4 traxx production||1999|
|Fiorucci||TV commercial soundtrack||1999|
|Newblood||soundtrack on-line drama||1999|
|Gaudi||track "Desert" production/co-writing with Sonal Varsani||1999|
|Wuber||TV commercial soundtrack||1999|
|Da click||2 traxx production||1999|
|Gaudi||album "Earthbound in dub" production/writing||1999|
|Nicole Lacy||4 traxx production||1999|
|Mad Master Moog||track "Cadillac kitsch" production/writing||1999|
|Hanna P.||4 traxx production||1999|
|MTV||8 TV program soundtracks||1999|
|Dub alchemist feat.||Tribe track "Matre terra" production/co-writing with A.Testa||1999|
|Kieran vibes||4 traxx production||1999|
|Moni||track "Giant" production||1999|
|Caroline Henderson||track ‘Bigger" co-production with Jesper Mattsson||1999|
|Longines||TV commercial soundtrack||1999|
|Xango||4 traxx production||1999|
|M.K Ultra||4 traxx production||1999|
|Nerise||3 traxx production||1999|
|MTV Europe Music Awards||TV show, music production/writing||1998|
|Mas que nada||film soundtrack co-writing with D.Mantovani||1998|
|Str8 playaz||3 traxx production||1998|
|Dub alchemist feat.Shade||track "Kala" co-production/writing with D.Mantovani||1998|
|Patty Pravo||track "Pensiero stupendo" rmx with R.Vernetti||1998|
|Manuela Panizzo||2 traxx production||1998|
|Lo Williams||2 traxx production||1998|
|Express newspaper||TV commercial soundtrack||1998|
|Jesper Mattsson||track "More" production||1998|
|Lancia||TV commercial soundtrack||1998|
|Dub Alchemist||track "Love planet" production/writing||1998|
|Margaux||2 traxx production||1998|
|Irene Grandi||track "Non ti scrivero", album "Per fortuna purtroppo" writing||1998|
|Masq||2 traxx production||1998|
|Energie Jeans||TV commercial soundtrack||1998|
|Diane Charlemagne||track "Star people" production||1997|
|Dub alchemist||track " Honolulu spaceship" production/writing||1997|
|Noel McCoy||2 traxx production||1997|
|NTT||album "Tranquilandia" co-production/writing||1997|
|Jane Kumada||1 track production||1997|
|Top Cat||track "Ashes to ashes" production||1997|
|Why||track "Sweet like chocolate" production||1997|
|Antoniette||2 traxx production||1997|
|Tangina Skye||album "Lost boys" production||1996|
|Dub alchemist||track "Wild strawberry" production/writing||1996|
|Ultraviolet Zero||album "Sound of Anatomy" co-production/writing with P.Atzei||1996|
|Lippy Lou||track "Stress" production||1996|
|Valerie Malcolm||2 traxx production||1996|
|Jackie Quinn||2 traxx production||1996|
|Los Angeles||track "I want to break free" co-production with Angel Eno||1995|
|Dub Alchemist||track "Retrospective"and "3 o clock" production/writing||1995|
|Ohm Guru||album "The groove improver" 2 traxx production/writing||1994|
|Gaudi||track "Vado via" production/vocals/writing||1994|
|D.I.F||track "Der berlinger" co-production with Ohm Guru||1994|
|Gaudi||4 traxx co-production with Roberto Costa||1994|
|Lainz||Ep "Vinile" production/vocals/writing||1994|
|Francesco Baccini||track "Lei sta con te" co-production/writing with Glezos||1994|
|Gaudi||track "Andavo a 100 all'ora" vocals/production||1993|
|Ricky Gianco||track "Anche un vagabondo" vocals||1993|
|Aseo||track "Ghe sboro" production/vocals/writing||1993|
|Gaudi||album "Gaudium magnum" vocals/writing/production||1992|
|To-sse||track "Legala" vocals/writing||1992|
|Gaudi||track "Magari" vocals/writing/production||1992|
|Gaudi||album "Basta poco" vocals/writing/production||1991|
|Gaudi||album "Basta poco in dub"||1991|
|Gaudi||track "Malinconico love" vocals/writing/production||1991|
|Gaudi||track "1990 anni fa" vocals/writing/production||1990|
|Katia Sandrolini||track "Aspettando niente" production/writing||1990|
|Isola Posse All Star||track "Stop al panico" Tubi forti production||1990|
|National Rare Groove||track "Talking to you" co-production/writing with LTJ, Ohm Guru and Pedro||1990|
|Dr Muff & Crazy Stuff||track "Don't forget this" Tubi forti production||1989|
|National Rare Groove||track "Let's dance" co-production/writing with LTJ, Ohm Guru and Pedro||1989|
|Rettore||track "Zan zan zan" co-programming with Ohm Guru||1989|
|Xango||ep "Raggheddafi" Tubi forti production||1989|
|Deep signs||ep "Behind the wall" Tubi forti production||1989|
|4 T thieves||track "Etnotechno" Tubi forti production||1989|
|Africa bosso||2 traxx Tubi Forti production||1989|
|Disciplinatha||album "Abbiamo pazientato 40 anni.." keyboards||1987|
|Raptus||ep "Peggio della colla" vocals/writing/co-production with Ohm Guru||1986|
|Crocodile tears||4 traxx production/keyboards||1986|
|Bamboo company||track "Non sai" co-writing/keyboards||1985|
|Violet Eves||keyboards tour "Incidental glance"||1985|
|The Gang||album "Barricada" keyboards||1985|
|XXX||track "Skate X" co-production with Roberto Vernetti||1985|
|Sold Out||movie soundtrack co-writing/keyboards with Bamboo Company||1985|
|Red Light||Album AAVV "Italian rock invasion" track "We can" co-writing||1984|
|Wild Planet||track "He's a woman" keyboards/arrangements||1981|
|Paranoise||album "Doctor, I'm a fish" co-production/writing||1980|
- Better Propaganda | Music | Interviews | betterPropaganda talks to Gaudi | 2004
- Interview | Rastasnob magazine October 2005 | "Intervista a Gaudi Di Giulio Siroli – Rasta Revolution"
- One World Beat interview | OWB interviews GAUDI © Rian van Spaandonk, 18 March 2005
- Mushroom Magazine | Sept 2007 | Artist Profile: Gaudi
- X Dance announces 2007 winners
- | BBC Awards for World Music | Nominees
- | Rai.it |X Factor profile (artistic team/vocal groups)
- No Prisoners review | spoonfed
- Metallic Spheres
- "Everlasting - selected and mixed by Gaudi" (Iboga Records)
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