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Alexander Robotnick Bio/Wiki 2018
The alias of jazz keyboard player and vocalist Maurizio Dami, Alexander Robotnick existed for quite some time during the middle-’80s as an Italian synth-pop/disco crossover for the Italian label Materiali Sonori. Robotnick appreciated a healthy group of fans far beyond European countries, however, as a large number of transfer copies from the one “Problèmes d’Amour” finished up influencing many afterwards home and techno pioneers in Chicago and Detroit. Dami, who all began his music career through the early ’80s with visions to be an electric cabaret vocalist, bought two Roland synthesizers (the seminal TR-808 and TB-303) to begin with saving. Convinced by Materiali Sonori’s Giampiero Bigazzi to go in to the still fertile Italian disco picture to score an instant hit, Dami documented “Problèmes d’Amour” and released the one in the Materiali Sonori subsidiary Fuzz Dance in 1983. It became quite an transfer strike in America’s underground membership picture, and sparked the mini-LP Ce N’est Qu’un Début that same season. Extra singles like “Pc Sourire” and “C’Est La Vie” made an appearance on Fuzz Dance through the middle-’80s, but Dami acquired already shifted by then, afterwards documenting under his very own name so that as GMM, after that using the ethno-ambient music group Masala in the 1990s.