I'm primarily an electro-pop artist with a songwriting background in multiple genres. I've been a songwriter for 12 years and I've co-written internationally for the last 5 years. I can guarantee a catchy, content focused, lyric and record clean and professional vocals for your track.
My strong suit is songwriting. I've written in many genres ranging from edm to folk. I'm also a competent producer and vocalist with a fairly wide range. I can sing anything from metal screams and growls to sweet, sweet falsetto. I love to harmonize.
If you have a lyric and just need a vocalist, I'm your guy.
If you have a killer track you love and are looking for a lyric that perfectly embodies the vibe of your song, I'm your guy.
If you just need to bring your track to the next level, look no further. I'm your guy!
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7 ReviewsEndorse Moonly
Moonly (Dimitri Pinto) is a wonderful singer/songwriter and producer! I have had the pleasure of working with him on many songwriting sessions. Very talented and hard working.
Moonly is a superb writer, singer and producer. He has worked with me on 4 or 5 songs and his music & lyrics have been interesting, intelligent, and catchy. It has been really easy to work with him. He is also a really nice guy!
5 stars. Moonly works very hard to get very excellent vocals and lyrics, working with him is a lot of fun, he is always aware of the track and helping it sound much better.
A man full of talent, very dedicated, I just hope that one day we can have another collaboration.
if you really need a vocalist, Moonly is the best.
I had the pleasure of having Moonly singing the male voice on a duet ‘when you love someone’, from my album ‘From Bibi with love’ from 2019. He just nailed it in the first go. He re-did one verse where he didn’t like his own take but apart from that it was perfect. We had a lot of fun and easy collaboration, so I asked him to sing backing-vocal on another song ‘Ode to Inisheer’ from the same album.
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Love from Bibi 😘😘
Definitely giving Moonly 5 stars on this one. I was amazed on how humble and professional he was. He was/is easy to talk with, open to suggestions, and definitely wants what's best for your collaboration. His work is professional sounding, clean, and doesn't need much processing too which makes my job as a producer easier. 🙂 The man is knowledgeable on both singing and producing so he knows what he is doing. Don't be afraid to ask him questions cause he will also be more than willing to answer them.
Working with Moonly was very satisfactory, the communication between the producer and the singer, in my experience was quite fluid and very friendly, regarding the work that Moonly did, I can say that it was excellent, results were obtained quickly, and I was always open to improvements. , suggestions, changes, etc ...
Moonly is one of the best songwriters I've worked with - I'd give him more than five stars if I could! His lyrics are on-point, authentic, emotive and credible. He's also incredibly dynamic as a vocalist. I really like the tone in his voice and it works equally well in electronic / rock / acoustic genres. Can't wait to work with him again!
Interview with Moonly
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: I'm currently writing my first full-length album as Moonly. I've released a few EP's but I feel that, recently, I have found my sound and want to deliver a unique listening experience.
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: I promise to put 100% into all of the work I am hired for. I'm not going to half-ass any work that comes my way. Delivering my best is the only way i can grow as an individual and the best way I can provide for my client.
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: What message do you want your lyric to convey? What mood to you want the melody to evoke? What vibe are you going for? Is there a specific artist's or singer's sound you have in mind for your song?
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: As long as you have a clear vision for what you want to come of your track, I can help get you there. Even something as vague as "I want my track to convey hopefulness" or "I want my track to be edge-y and dark". As long as you know where you want your track to go, I can deliver work that can bridge that gap.
Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
A: A guitar, my Macbook Pro, a nice pair of headphones, a notebook, and a pen.
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: For a long time I wanted to be a touring musician. I found that the more I played live shows, as fun as it was, it wasn't really the thing about music that I was passionate about. Shortly after that realization, my focus shifted to writing songs and really honing my production skills. I've been writing, performing, and making music for 12 years now and what excites me the most about the whole process is the emotional release of music and the impression a song can have on someone. Especially when a song can be therapeutic or comforting to a listener.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: This has always been a hard question for me to answer. I have such an eclectic taste in music that I believe so many different pieces of genres show through my work. I'm a sucker for a catchy, sing-along, pop chorus. I love writing introspective verses that really bring an emotion or a scene into high detail for a listener. I really always aim to evoke an emotional response that resonate with listeners for longer than the 3-5 minutes that a song may last.
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: I'd love to collaborate with Porter Robinson. Especially in his latest style that he's exploring in his album Nurture. I think he always stays true to his passions and takes risks that a lot of producers in the electronic scene don't. The way he experiments with bringing more profound lyrical content into such an objectively party-driven genre inspires me so much.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: My biggest tip for music production is to stay organized. Nothing feels worse to me than opening up an old project file and feeling completely lost. By keeping my sessions organized, I've easily been able to remember what I was doing and what I was working toward, no matter how much time has gone between working on a track.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I primarily work on electronic music, but I have a long history of work with pop-rock and singer-songwriter style music.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Songwriting, for sure. I love to sing and I think I'm a great singer but my songwriting is something you can't find anywhere else. I have a natural disposition to getting the message of a song across in a simple digestible way for a listener, regardless of how complex the idea or feeling the song is trying to portay may be.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I bring a deeper level of lyricism that isn't so common in a lot of music you may hear on the radio these days. I value meaningful content and the importance of conveying an emotion or a message.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Porter Robinson is one of my biggest musical inspirations of late. Chris Martin's songwriting has made a huge impact on my way of writing and my sense of lyricism as well. Of course I could go on about so many artist's and individuals that have influenced me in some way but those two stand out to me right now.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Most of my work consists of writing lyrics with artists for their own work. I often provide vocals for edm producers.