Hura Yup also know as Gabriele Di Stefano, comes from Rome, Italy.
After a musical path that lead him from hip hop to indie-rock, in 2005 he finds electronic music the genre that suits his needs to express himself at best and in the same year his first release is out: an 8-tracks EP entitled “Cellophane” out on Retinascan, a german netlabel. Finally on the right track, he starts exploring with his sounds and researching for a style (which he defines as in perpetual and continuous constant update). He describes his music as intimate, melodic, warm and enveloping, introverted, vaguely shoegaze, crafted using with processed guitars, toy instruments blended together with acoustic instruments, field recordings, synthetic textures that expand densely, rocking in a twee mood to reach solemn constructions.In 2009 He he has produced the original soundtrack for a movie called “Avevamo vent’anni” directed by Ivan Silvestrini and co-produced by Medusa Film.
Actually he lives in Berlin and he is continuing to produce music for film.
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