Meduza is a stylish man. 

Look at him rocking that shirt on a deserted beach. 

Unfortunately the travelling days are on hold for now but soon we will be dancing on the sand once again. 

And the Grammy-nominated producers will be providing the impeccably styled soundtrack.

Now, where can we get one of those shirts?  


What upcoming project(s) are you most excited about?

Our third and fourth single for sure. We've been working with a lot of writers in the industry who don’t usually write dance music – we’re really excited.

We’re trying to evolve what we made with POYH and Lose Control but keeping the same Meduza house vibe in both songs.

What is your proudest professional accomplishment?

Doing this as a daily job. Music has been my passion since when I was a child, and doing this everyday makes me proud and the happiest person in the world.

If you could change one thing about your career, what would it be?

Nothing, everything I did helped me to become the person and the artist I am now. This means every single right or wrong decision I took in the past was good for my career and my life.

What do you hope to achieve that you haven’t yet?

Our dream is a sold-out concert. Not just a club for a classic DJ set, but a bigger venue for our live show, with all three of us playing on the stage with keyboards and visual projections – playing only our music.

Outside of your family, who is / was your biggest inspiration?

My friends Simone and Luca, the other two parts of Meduza. Their passion, wisdom, and the way they ‘live’ the music helped me every day to not give up.

Tell us something nobody knows about you…

During this lockdown I’ve learned how to cook. I’d say I’m quite a good chef now.

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How are you finding lockdown?

Inspirational for the music. We have spent basically everyday writing new music, both for radio side and club side of our project.

Best thing about lockdown?

This lockdown has been good because I’ve had the opportunity to spend lot of time with my family, girlfriend, and dog.

They're the most important thing for me.

Worst thing about lockdown?

Not being able to go on tour to play our music live in clubs and festivals. I miss visiting magical places and meeting lots of fans and people around the world.

I love travelling and I really miss this part of life.

Top tip for surviving lockdown?

45 min workout every day, to keep you alive.

If you could be locked down with one person, alive or dead, who would it be?

My girlfriend, she's the main reason why I do this job and why I’m so happy every time i come back home to her.

What are you most looking forward to doing once lockdown is over?

Taking the first flight to somewhere in the world, playing music at a show.

Realising again how good that feeling is to be surrounded by people having fun with your music and singing to your tracks.