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I-Robots - Live @ The National Automobile Museum, Turin, October 30, 2011





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Published on Apr 4, 2012

I-ROBOTS - Live @ "Superga Birthday Party" - 30 October 2011
Event also feat. Lil' Louis & Federico Gandin during the Movement - Torino Music Festival 2011 Edition
Introducin' the Movement Torino Music Fesival Compilation - Edition 2011

“I-Robots aka Gianluca Pandullo” began his d.j. career in the early 80s playing the various genres of "Black Music" that included Funk, Disco, and African Rhythms, with a personal interest in Krautrock, Cosmic & Electronic Music and these roots that actually are still evident in his Techno and House Music oriented selections.

Over the years he has promoted many musical styles; he has played d.j. sets that included the rhythms of Soul, Jazz, Funk and Latin, as well as everything that has derived from them: Hip-Hop, House, Acid-Jazz, Trip-Hop and Drum'n'Bass. I-Robots is also an avid collector and trader of vinyl.
He was a journalist, reviewer and also an active promoter workin’ with the biggest and best-known names in every musical scene.

His skills and experience in every musical environment allow him to create a truly original and alternative d.j. set, with influences that find inspiration in the various styles of House & Techno Music, incorporating traces of "Freestyle", Electro, Deep, Ethnic, Jazzy & Dub; all of it meshes perfectly with his innate ability to read the crowd and create an instant mood.

Since 2008 his independent records label project Opilec Music is conceived with a ‘No Sound is Too Taboo’ ethos genuinely insightful music experience and a testament to his creative work...

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