Alessandro Bocci started singing in some local punk bands. His first experience with creating music was playing the turntables. Between 1990 and 1995 he worked as a dj in the early important electronic events in Italy. In 1991 he became a regular member of Starfuckers. He recorded his first cd in 1994 with Starfuckers. During 1993/1994 formed the M16, a free techno improvisation project together with Manuel Giannini and Roberto Bertacchini. In 2004 M-16 became a solo electronic project. He also worked as producer : Punkina, Sinestesia, Ricca ect. He is a sound engineer as well. He has carried out some eletronic and experimental performances, some of these are: Chants thermiques with Michael Moglia (Torino 1999), Sewing Machine System - Fabrizio Usberti (Bologna - Distorsonie 2002), Live for Sinaspi with Mike Dred (UK) – William Chelou (FR) – Strek Atzmo (IT) (Bologna - Distorsonie 2004). Alessandro Bocci's electronic techniques: Alessandro starts to use turntables in 1990. In the same year he introduces some standard electronic machines, such as analog synths and samplers, and unusual instruments like the wavemeter. Around 1995 he develops the resource of the mixer, so to use it as a proper instrument. He has been influenced by the writer William Burroughs' cut-up technique. He uses this technique to play the mixer and he uses sound and silence to create a primitive and percussive music. in 1998 he starts to use computer for electronic recording and electronic treatment.