Presently in his early 30s, Italian born Luigi Madonna had been showing up on flyers since he was only 14. That same age was the time he got an early gig playing the Impero II club. What was at first a leisure activity eventually transformed into a full time interest for him and now he goes through his weekends performing in South Africa, North & South America, and all over Europe. Born in similar town from Joseph Capriati – who has been a bit of a teacher for Madonna – the man’s music draws inspiration vigorously on techno in the form of legends such as Chris Liebing, Rino Cerrone, Jeff Mills, Dave Clarke, Adam Beyer, and Richie Hawtin.
In 2008 Luigi has been released on strong labels like Adam Beyer’s Drumcode, Richie Hawtin, Material Series, and John Aquaviva’s Plus 8. Every one of the records demonstrates a powerful energy for music and gets in a endless hunt for fresh sounds far from the standard. Probably the most essential release in his profession inlcuded the ‘Madonna EP’ released on the dominant Loose Records in 2009, EPs like ‘Venus De Milo’ on Octopus, ‘In the Box’ on Excentric Muzik, his most recent takes at Analytictrail, ‘New World’ with a rearrangement from his guide Joseph Capriati and the highly accepted ‘Sensation EP’ on the enormously impressive Plus 8 mark. These breakthroughs helped Luigi stood out from the crowd and exhibited his steady look for inventive and erratic sounds. DJs like Pan Pot, Adam Beyer and Richie Hawtin have all been known to perform or graph Luigi’s accurately cut techno weapons previously. As a remixer as well, Luigi is much sought after having modified for artists including Hidden, Trapez, Mauro Picotto, Analytictrail, The Advent, Markantonio, Spektre, Sasha Carassi, and has additionally showed up on various arrangements like Looking Ahead on Octopus Records, Best of Driving Forces, and Rekluse Gold Volume 2. Looking ahead, there’ll be more originals & remixes, just as a lot of international guestings on radio shows.