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Q: Please introduce yourselves.

Len Vitz: I am an introverted individual who takes pleasure in creating music and exploring new sounds.

Charlie Iapicone: Quite creative. I like electronic music and understated shirts.

Q: One person you'd dream to have a coffee with and why?

Len Vitz: I would love to have coffee with Ennio Morricone because of his immense contribution to the world of music and his influence on future generations.

Charlie Iapicone: I don't drink coffee, but I would drink a Coke Zero with Jamie Jones :)

Q: If you were to have a superpower, what would it be and why?

Len Vitz: If I could have a superpower, I would choose the ability to stop time. With so much to accomplish each day, I often find myself struggling to find enough time to focus on my goals calmly.


Charlie Iapicone: Teleportation so that I could reach my grandparents and share this dream of mine with them. 

Q: If you would have been given the chance to do a film score, what movie would you choose and why?

Len Vitz: I would choose Back to the Future for its innovative use of technology and special effects, providing a platform to unleash creativity and experiment with new sounds.


Charlie Iapicone: 6 Underground. This choice stems from the fact that it is an action, dynamic and propulsive film that infuses a lot of energy into the viewer by involving him and immersing him quite naturally within the film and the story it is meant to tell. The latter feeling that, through my music, I always try to convey to all who listen to it.


Q: Who influenced you the most in your music career? And who influenced you the most in your personal life?

Len Vitz: My close friends have had a significant impact on my music career. Having a supportive crew that always has your back gives you the confidence to succeed.


Charlie Iapicone: One of my main musical influences is obviously Moodymann. On a personal level my father who, even as a child, made me play with records.


Q: Tell us about your journey, the good and the bad that got you to where you are today.

Len Vitz: The pandemic caused me to lose everything I had worked so hard to achieve, leading me to relocate to a new city to reinvent myself, take on new challenges, and experience new emotions.


Charlie Iapicone: I always believed in myself and my dreams, even when everyone told me to give up and that music would not give me a future. It has been 13 years since I started, and now I am living it all

  Q: Everyone goes through ups and downs, what’s one habit you adopt to push through the downs?

Len Vitz: Every morning, I wake up with a goal in mind and the determination to make it happen. Knowing how to wait for the right moment to act and striving to improve every day is essential.


Charlie Iapicone: Always set a goal. If I fail today, I will try again tomorrow.

Q: What is one pro work ethic that you would recommend to the readers/listeners?

Len Vitz: Dedication and commitment to improving one's craft and technique are critical to success. Studying new techniques and technologies, listening to new forms of music, and always searching for new sources of inspiration are essential.


Charlie Iapicone: Always believe in yourself, and never give up at the first obstacle because there are always ups and downs


Q: How has your music style evolved over the years?

Len Vitz: As a self-taught artist, I began by creating bootlegs and remixes of mainstream artists. Later, I became interested in the underground music scene, which allowed me to experiment and explore new worlds.


Charlie Iapicone: I have always been fascinated by funk and soul music. I started listening to the first records as a child, and then as I grew up and started going to clubs, my musical tastes were always a discovery.


Q:If you had to follow another music genre, which one would you pick and why?

Len Vitz: I would love to create funky music because that groove is ingrained in my soul.


Charlie Iapicone: At the moment, no other genre gives me the same emotions.

Q: What are 3 tracks that got you into electronic music and why?

Len Vitz: 'Giorgio by Moroder' by Daft Punk, 'Show Me Love' by Robin S, and 'Good Beat' by Deee-Lite were the tracks that made me fall in love with house music.


Charlie Iapicone: Sabb - 'One of Us' (Dennis Ferrer Remix), Hardrive - 'Deep Inside', Reboot - 'Caminando'.


Q: Recommend a hidden gem in your home country that would fit a perfect rave?


Len Vitz: Aspra is a small village on the coast of Sicily with a breathtaking sunset and an inspiring atmosphere for artists. The Blue Arch is a fantastic location to host an unforgettable rave party.


Charlie Iapicone: Valley of the Temples Agrigento, Sicily.


Q: Tell us about your upcoming releases and plans for this year.


Len Vitz: Despite this year's difficulties, I have many music projects to complete while also working for a multinational company and finishing my degree in communication design.


Charlie Iapicone: My next release will be with my own record label, On Every Planet. I am working on tracks I hope will soon rock the dance floor.


Q: Tell us a fun fact about yourself that most of your listeners don’t know.


Len Vitz: I am deeply passionate about typography, graphic design, communication design, and marketing. In my free time, I create electronic music :D


Charlie Iapicone: I don't have my own method for productions, but in the end, it is the end result that counts :)