Alessandro Bevilacqua started his career in 2001 when, at the age of 15, he joined a Nirvana cover band. He actually left it soon to start a new band called “Globuli Rozzi” and get the possibility to write his own music. They joined the underground punk-rock scene of Turin (Italy) for a couple of years and recorded a bootleg. Alessandro started performing in house clubs as djembè percussionist in 2003 but at the end of 2004 he decided to switch with vinyls and look for his own style: shakering rythm, deepness and culture in an intertaning mix of house music. In 2006 Alessandro met Hugo (Goodvibe Recordings, Great Stuff, etc.) and Titta (Carnival Records, Sleep is Commercial, Upon You, etc.) who let him the possibility to play with them at La Gare and Doctor Sax: well-recognised clubs in th..