Jazztronic means the fusion of two main concepts: the writing freedom of jazz fused with electronics. Luca Bani alias Jazztronic, raised in Florence, Italy, learned to play piano at the age of eight. Then he started to play in lot of local bands as a teenager. Years on stage mainly as a hobbyst: nothing sensational to remember in the years.In summer 2019 Jazztronic took shape, after suggestion of the old partner Stefano Corrado, a well-known local saxophonist: “why not try to produce something by yourself?”. The challenge was met.With a digital DAW, plugins, loops and vocal samples, Jazztronic started his first tracks more for a live scope rather than serious studio pursuit. Having good feedback, Jazztronic sent out some demos. Mr Muner from MDivision Group Records was the one that replied “ok we can make it”. Given some adjustments and advises, Jazztronic took the matter head on, composing, producing and improving its musical world. The road was marked, the hunting grounds were dance and lounge music. All his backgrounds find space in his productions: pop, funk, lounge, splashes of jazz and world music. Jazztronic released first EP, Move on, in Jan 2020. The EP reached in charts on Beatport: not a bad start for a perfect stranger for digital stores... Then followed Moods, more based on lounge-jazzy sonorities. Surpassing his own expectations, many tracks from both EPs were requested to appear on about 20 compilations. The compositional vein goes on impetuous, and like a new butteries catcher, Jazztronic takes creative cues from any corner of its musical silos. He doesn’t hide his admiration for the nu-disco grooves, but he’s also determined to refine a new dance language. His music tries to differs from both the cool surface textures of ambient music and the hedonistic world of house music. Waiting the next challenge, Jazztronic is determined to push its limits.