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LEHEL (Lele Pescia) is a visual musician, a tireless explorer of sound born in Turin on February 25, 1972.

If today he can count on more than thirty synths, the composer of electronic music owes it mainly to his love for Pink Floyd: from that meeting in fact, Emanuele is catapulted into the world of music at 360 degrees, creating over the years several compositions for theater, short films, commercials and documentaries, as well as soundtracks for films, such as the cine-poem Regen by Joris Ivens.

It is no coincidence that the first experiences are within progressive rock bands.  In the mid-nineties, together with TRed, a band that makes the finals of two important italian music contests, Rock Targato Italia in 1994 and Indipendenti Fare Musica in 1995, he explores more rock and brit-pop sounds.

But the "sound" and the range of sounds created by LEHEL are always changing and from prog there is a rapid transition to ethnic music and finally to electronic. In the meantime, during the years at the CPM in Milan, he is a pupil of the master Andrea Lovecchio (author of "Luci a San Siro" for Roberto Vecchioni") who, struck by the authentic kaleidoscope of sounds, will nickname him "The Painter".

Attracted by the subtractive synthesis, studied as a self-taught, the continuous research and experimentation are the engine of his music that, thanks to the influence of Massive Attack and Portishead, finally arrives in the trip hop.  

Among the many performances and live-sets throughout Italy (that continued as streamings during the emergency covid-19) on January 26, 2020 he participates with the Orchestra Sinfonica Giuseppe Verdi (laVerdi) in the tribute dedicated to Pink Floyd, the band from which it all began.



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