Dimensions Festival

I’m really excited to play live at Dimension Festival in Pula (Croazia) with my brother in arms Heinrich Dressel.


Here is the line-up



Saturday 2 December live @ Stadlin (Rome)

Saturday 2 December

I’ll be hosted by 88 RADIO to play live at Stadlin (Rome) with my friend Heinrich Dressel and the chief Emiliano Cataldo. I really can’t wait to present my new liveset in Rome.

See you there 😉

radio night




Teslasonic Live @ Siroco (Madrid)

The 10th of November I’m proudly presents my new liveset @Siroco Club for Zodiac night in Madrid.
I really can’t wait to meet again my old friends in Madrid.




Humans must merge with machines or become irrelevant in AI age.
future2no scritta


Humans must merge with machines or become irrelevant in AI age.

Neuralink’s plan to merge humans with machines is aimed at stopping a “terminator”-style scenario.

Neuralink is developing ultra high bandwidth brain-machine interfaces to connect humans and computers.

We are looking for exceptional engineers and scientists. No neuroscience experience is required: talent and drive matter far more. We expect most of our team to come from other areas and industries.

We are primarily looking for evidence of exceptional ability and a track record of building things that work.



Some unreleased tracks

I began to upload some unreleased tracks from my old archive.

Please be gentle these tracks were made long time ago about 15 years ago.

These are the firsts


The power is in your hands



The power is in your hands.

“Quantum”Ep is coming….stay tuned.

I’ll be back soon with more news 😉


The secret of Nikola Tesla

For those who missed it, here is one of the best film about the life of Nikola Tesla.

The Secret of Nikola Tesla (Serbo-Croatian: Tajna Nikole Tesle), is a 1980 Yugoslav biographical film which details events in the life of the discoverer Nikola Tesla (portrayed by Serbian actor Petar Božović). Tesla was born to ethnic Serb parents in 1856 Croatia (at the time, part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire). He arrived in New York in 1884, became an American citizen in 1891, made immense contributions to science and died in Manhattan at age 86 during World War II in 1943.[1]

This biography includes references to his amazing abilities of detailed mental visualization as well as the slowly intensifying personal habits, indulgences or eccentricities for which he became nearly as well known. The film portrays Tesla in a battle with Thomas Edison over the clear superiority of Alternating Current over Direct Current. It also depicts Tesla’s dream of supplying consumers all around the globe with limitless free energy.

Croatian director Krsto Papić assembled a cast which includes three American actors playing iconic personalities of 19th and early 20th century America, J. P. Morgan (1837–1913), Thomas Edison (1847–1931) and George Westinghouse (1846–1914). Morgan is portrayed by Orson Welles, while Croatian actress Oja Kodar, Welles’ companion for the last 24 years of his life, has the role of Katharine Johnson (1855–1924), with whom Tesla corresponded for many years, and whose husband, Robert Underwood Johnson (1853–1937) (portrayed by Croatian actor Boris Buzančić) was a poet, scholar, diplomat and Tesla’s longtime friend and supporter. The other Americans in the cast are character actors Strother Martin (who died six weeks before the film’s September 12, 1980 English-language premiere at the Toronto Festival of Festivals) and Dennis Patrick as Westinghouse and Edison, respectively.[2]