Fabio De Luca

Writer in Milano, Italia

Fabio De Luca

Writer in Milano, Italia

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journalist and dj, based in Milan (Italy).

(short version) He wrote articles, wrote books, interviewed Daft Punk before they put their helmets on, has been deputy editor at “Rolling Stone Italia”, hosted shows on Italian national radio, and did several other things. He’s currently part of the team launching S O L O “smart content for smart speakers” digital company.

He’s on Twitter, and he hosts a weekly podcast of “deeply wrong music” called The Tuesday Tapes.

(long version) Has been deputy editor at “Rolling Stone Italia” from 2007 to 2014. Before, he has written for “Marie Claire”, “XL” monthly supplement of La Repubblica newspaper, “Io Donna” supplement of Corriere della Sera newspaper and many, many (many) others.

Hosted several shows on national Rai Radio2 (“Suoni & Ultrasuoni” and “Weekendance” amongst others). In summer 2015 he hosted lunchtime daily talk show “Quasi alle due”, again on Radio2.

Wrote a couple of books, the latest being “Discoinferno” (ISBN, 2006), a social history of dance-music and nightclubbing in Italy from the 40es till today, and “Mamma mamma, voglio fare il dj” (Arcana, 2004), an ironic essay on how to become a successful dj in Italy.

2015 to 2017, he’s been “head of content” during the re-launch of TIMmusic streaming service in Italy. In 2015, 2016 and 2017 he’s been “project editor” of (Audi’s) #AudiOOOOrama branded cultural event.

Yes, he’s on Twitter. He also has a randomly updated Tumblr, a even more randomly updated Instagram profile, a Medium account, and a sweet Pinterest page mostly devoted to old disco and new wave 12” covers.