To all the synthesized plastic 80's sound lovers, my name's Luigi, also known as Disquette•s, I'm a music producer/beat-maker and DJ from Italy, with 15 years of experience. I'm obsessed with 80's music, I musically grew up with New Wave, Synth-pop and Italo disco records.
Analog synthesizer retro sounds and italo-disco, in particular, are clearly growing in terms of popularity, I can bring those sounds and the 80's aesthetics back, in your project, or I will produce a ready-to-go catchy Retrowave original instrumental track.
You will get the highest level of retro-inspired electronic music. Mixing and Mastering are also included.
I'm right here, if you like: Stranger Things, Neon Indian, Starcadian, Com Truise, M83, Chvrches, Tesla Boy, Chromatics, Daft Punk, FM Attack, Lazerhawk, Carpenter Brut, Miami Nights 1984, LCD Soundsystem, Mitch Murder, MGMT, Scandroid, Kavinsky, Waveshaper, FM-84, Gunship, The Midnight, Timecop1983, Droid Bishop, Dana Jean Phoenix.
My music is into Retrowave, Synthwave, Dreamwave, Popwave, Chillwave, Nu-Disco and Synth-pop subgenres.
Send me an email through 'Contact' button above and I'll get back to you asap.
7 ReviewsEndorse Luigi Porcino
A great experience working with Luigi, he is a real master of his craft and our collaboration was amazing, 100% recommended. Thanks!!
Wow. I can't say enough good things about Luigi. The intricacies that were put into my track were unbelievable; the final product was no less than spectacular. Thank you, Luigi!
Luigi is a very talented producer and a unique professional!His synths and drums are amazing, he really feels the songs.
We are so lucky that we found Luigi here, it's a great pleasure to work with him! And we are planing to do more songs with him!
Luigi is absolutely one of, if not the most creative producer I’ve ever worked with! He is incredibly talented and time after time delivers the highest quality and most creative tracks I’ve ever heard!
Luigi remixed my song Far Away and the result was beyond my expectations. It lead to him producing my next album. He breathes a new life into his productions with his creativity and he keeps surprising me. For me it has been the perfect collaboration. He's professional, talented and open minded to my ideas. I am eternally thankful for the work he has put into my songs and I hope we'll work together many times again.
Luigi did 3 remixes for me, all in radio, extended and instrumental versions, and they all constitute our mutual EP with remixes from my last album. You can check them out and see for yourselves, aren't they fabulous? We picked 3 songs from the album and each of them represents a different phase of 80s music: https://soundcloud.com/disquette-s/sets/piotr-sobolczyks-retroffcodes-disquettes-remixes-single-edits And perhaps soon the instrumentals will be in use - on a "retro party" concert:)
I've had the pleasure to work with Luigi a couple of times already, and I have always been very impressed by his jobs!
His music production and musician skills, are beyond amazing, and he always deliver the work on time, which is a plus!
If you decide to work with Luigi, expect always something better that you were expecting !
You can't go wrong with Luigi, Look forward to work with him again !
Interview with Luigi Porcino
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I usually make 80's sounding remixes and Retrowave/Synthwave/Chillwave instrumentals.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I deeply love 80's Italo-disco, New Wave, Synth-pop, J-pop/City Pop music. Among my favorites: Savage, Cube, Naked Eyes, Telex, Depeche Mode, Chic, Japan, Devo, The Human League, Haruomi Hosono, Ryuichi Sakamoto. Of the current era, Alan Palomo is my undisputed idol.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: A PC, a MIDI controller, a DAW, and above all, a really big collection of music.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Warmth and nostalgia.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Make things sound huge and retro.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: Synthpop-oriented Eurobeat-infected Synthwave.
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I've started to make fun with electronic music as soon as I had my Commodore Amiga 600 in 1994.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: The music.