Long story short

Railster has been making music since 2003, experimenting with Hip-Hop beats in the beginning, and now evolved in the abstract electronic fields.

The first record “Patchwork Anthems” has been released in 2009, for the italian label ReddArmy.

He has produced remixes for numerous artists like Swede:Art, Portformat, Miqi O, Apes on Tapes, Digi G’Alessio and many others, producing music for labels like EMI, Error Broadcast, Tokyo Dawn Records, Unlimited Struggle and more recently Lucky Beard Records.

His passion for music has also been noted by several podcast for radios as Laid Back Radio (Belgium), Pixelatique (Serbia), Cascade Records (France), Astronautico (New York) and Jus Like Music (London).

In 2011 Railster founded the project called BEAT.IT.
Aim of BEAT.IT is to connect Italian beat makers sharing a thirst for experimentation and the love for that fertile intersection where electronic music meets Hip-Hop. BEAT.IT started as a Facebook group where all the artists could share their latest productions, tips and information – it became quickly a creative hub, an important resource able to support and stimulate a thriving scene.
Visit thisbeat.it for more information, or read the press doc here.

In 2013 Railster moved to London and released Fields (EP), a dark musical trip between different musical influences. This album defines his musical style after years of experimentations. Fields has been released on the 5th August 2013 by Crackling Claps, and is available in all digital stores.

In 2015 Railster released “Your First” for LuckyBeard records.

His EP “You First” is an experimentation between the perfect equilibrium of old floppy-based-hardware machines and software.
His style it’s the melting pot of what recently has been called “Future Classic” and heavy bass beats with tons of love.

In 2016 Railster has produced the instrumentals for two italian artists: Egreen, and Doro Gjat, both are available in all digital stores.

Railster is now working on his next album called “Between Me & You”, and his house-oriented new side project called “DJTB”.