Born in a coastal town in Italy with a light skin tone Grillo found himself pretty much the only kid at the beach getting constantly sun burnt and schorched. Forced to stay indoors during the hottest days of summer he developed a passion for making mixtapes on his boombox out of old tapes he found around the house. These early recordings were a mix of old italian folksingers, videogame soundtracks and long religious sermons from grandma’s collection of C-90s. Teenage years brought Grillo decks, records and software trackers, along with a passion for hip hop and sampling, the lost art of recycling applied to music. Today, in addition to regularly collaborating with local rap acts, leftfield electronica projects and rogue indie movie crews Grillo crafts his own blend of music consisting of crusty beats, vintage samples, 8-bit bleeps and field recordings: sounds like recycled crap yet an original voice somehow emerges from it all
Edited by rockolatoyz on 14 Apr 2009, 10:45
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