Italian drummer and composer Alessandro D'Aloia has performed with international artists Mike Stern, Karen Jones, Jerry Korman, Clem Aschford, Karl Potter, Alcione, Elza Soares, Salome da Bahia, Abdalla Mohamed, Aki Montoya, Tete' e Sara Alhinho. In Italy, he toured with Edoardo de Angelis, Gianluca Guidi, Righeira, Baraonna, and Schola Cantorum. In addition, Alessandro's collaborations have been featured on TV channels like Rai Uno, Rai Tre, Rai Educational, and Canale 5. His music includes Ethnic, Funk, and Jazz style, with a section of Odd Grooves, and fun beat and loops.
Alessandro D'Aloia's "Capoeira Song" is the winner of our Editor's Choice Award for February, 2012.
Capturing the heart and rhythm of Brazil, it evokes the simple and pure beauty of Brazilian dance, rhythm and singing in one earthy, fun song.
Alessandro D'Aloia boasts thirty years of experience in music business, with a substantial discography and various publications in specialized magazines and websites about his winning project, "Brazilian Ethno Drumming." Alessandro's specialty is a drums minus-one method, published by Bemolle Music Publishing, and adapted by many drummers to enhance their music and make it more exciting for TV, Film, Documentary and all new media applications.
Very special Vocal female tune, in english language, very sensual and passionate; beautifull synth atmospheare, with an intro, a theme and a solo of sax. Perfect for Jingle, movies and documentary music. Female Vocals, New Age, New Age Electronic
Great track based upon a gipsy groove mixed with a funk groove; so that the ensamble is drums, percussion and an electric bass riff; usefull for adventure, action, and suspance movies. Instrumental, New Age, Ethnic Fusion
This track is a mix of a funk groove with a gipsy groove; the atmosphere is evidencied from a synth sound elecrtic bass riff, and a percussion riff. Very good for adventure, action, drammar movies, and documentary. Instrumental, New Age, Contemporary Instr
Very interesting composition in odd a groove of 15/8, played by a loop of marimba, as a percussion sequence, and an instrumental ensemble. Perfect for documentary, movie or jingle. Instrumental, New Age, Ethnic Fusion