Daniele Gaudi (born 12 July 1963 in Bologna, Italy) is a musician, composer, record producer and solo artist, with base in London since 1995. Dub, electronica, Reggae and worldbeat are the music genres that primarily surface in his 16 solo albums and his music productions since the beginning of his career in 1981. Gaudi's distinctive sound has contributed to productions, collaborations, song-writing and remixes for acts including The Orb, Simple Minds, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Lamb, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Bob Marley, Deep Forest, Pete Namlook, The Beat, Sizzla, Trentemoller, Horace Andy, Adamski, Shpongle, Hollie Cook, Desmond Dekker, Michael Rose, Elisa, Bill Laswell, Adrian Sherwood, Grandmaster Flash ft. KRS-One, Michael Franti, Dennis Bovell, Patty Pravo, Martin "Youth" Glover, Max Romeo, Almamegretta, Cast, Africa Bambaataa, Caparezza, General Levy, Apache Indian, Piero Pelù, 1 Giant Leap ft Michael Stipe (from R.E.M) and Asha Bhosle, Mansun, Zion Train ft Tippa Irie, Irene Grandi, Peter Andre, Beats Antique, Dub FX, Eraldo Bernocchi, Dub Pistols, Artful Dodger, Disciplinatha, Morgan (singer), Colin Edwin (from Porcupine Tree), Natacha Atlas, Balkan Beat Box, Isola Posse All Stars, Banco De Gaia, Delta-V (musical group) ft Ornella Vanoni, Ojos de Brujo, Lina Sastri, The Gang, t.A.T.u, The Orb ft. David Gilmour, Donatella Rettore, Jim Kerr (from Simple Minds), Mondo Marcio, Carbon Based Lifeforms, Suns of Arqa, Francesco Baccini, Hang Massive, N.O.I.A, Kinobe, Mazzy Star, Ricky Gianco, Scissor Sisters, The Bastard Sons Of Dioniso, Kaya Project, Aram Quartet, Tony Esposito, Dusted, Karen Ramirez, Raiz, Jestofunk ft. Jocelyn Brown, Tripswitch, Rebbie Jackson, Trilok Gurtu.

Despite the majority of his production work takes place at his Metatron Studio in north London, he is a busy live performer and spends a large proportion of his time touring – performing to theaters, clubs and festival audiences around the world. His career started in the early 1980s, his musical foundations were set in electronic music, avant-garde and reggae.[1][2]

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