Harsh and powerful sounds mixed with fast, complex and irregular drum flavoured noises.
No samples or external inputs: all sounds are made by modelling raw waves generated by the Gameboy audio chip.
His music path starts in 1998 as singer and guitar player in indipendent, punk and experimental bands.
In 2006 he moves to Rome where the free tekno and breakcore scenes radically changed his approach to the music production: software like Renoise and Pure Data gave him the chance to explore sound synthesis basics and start an endless research in the creation of complex rythms. In 2007, Memero got his first LSDJ copy and a Gameboy (the first in his life) starting so releasing music using this limited-but-inspiring environment.
Memero works are linked and released on lo-fi hardcore music record labels like Killbot (AU), Datathrash (USA, r.i.p.), , Noisechannel (USA), Rainbow Diving Butterflies (De) , Various Vegetables (De) , Rexistenz (It) and Adaadat (Uk) . At the end of 2013 the australian Killbot Records released the "Spaety" record with two Memero`s "Squarewave Injection" Ep tracks selled then in the Praxis Records shop in Berlin. Memero is currently running his own record imprint Closebrace M Openbrace Records and playing live in squat basements and underground clubs.
During March and May of 2014, Memero organized and promoted the hardcore low-fi music event Sons of a Chipcore (SOAC) which took place in the Berlin based club Loophole.
For bookings email: memero(at)closebrace(dot)m(dot)openbrace(dot)comClosebrace M Openbrace Records