When did you move to Bristol?

I left the sun of Napoli for its colder, UK cousin almost three years ago.

Who’s your top Bristol artist at the moment?

Lazarus Kane, Spang Sisters and Cruelty. Great friends doing great music; check them out.

What are your go-to places to eat and drink?

I would say Franco Manca when I miss having a proper Neapolitan pizza, then Triple Co. Roast in Stokes Croft for a great coffee.

What’s the perfect way to spend a day here?

Being a flâneur while drinking Mexican soda.

What’s your favourite thing about the city?

Its strong sense of community. I don’t think you’ll find the same vibe in any other place in the UK.

And your least favourite?

The traffic lights.

Any top venues?

I’m a fierce independent venue supporter so you’ll usually find me in any of those.

How are things going with Lysergic Limes?

Lysergic Limes was born with the intention of putting on some shows from time to time, just like any part-time promotion. After less than a year, the support of the community has been so outstanding and, thanks to The Lanes and The Crofters Rights’ management, the brand has quickly become one of the most relevant ones in Bristol for neo-psychedelia and lo-fi.

Starting from this year I will be alternating shows between Lysergic Limes and my new darkwave and EBM venture, Damnatio Memoriae, which is pleasing the goth side of myself a lot, so that’s gloomy good.

Lysergic Limes presents four shows at The Lanes in April: Material Girls & Gork (9th); Hooverii (15th); Vintage Crop (23rd) and The Underground Youth (28th).

See the video to ‘There She Goes’ by Material Girls here:

Featured image: Lorenzo Ottone