The artistic direction of Vox Day is ensured by Davide Catinari, musician, author and international music promoter. Winner in 1999, together with Vasco Rossi and Daniele Silvestri, of the Lunezia Award for the best lyrics, he also runs his own musical project, Dorian Gray – a substantial discography, whose thickness is confirmed by the continuous attention the national press devoted to his works, including “Narcosuper” (Mescal / Sony, 2003), “Tempi supplementari” (Shinseiki / Audioglobe, 2006), “Forse il sole ci odia” (Coconino Press/Audioglobe, 2008), “La pelle degli spiriti” (Coconino Press/Venus, 2011) and the recent “Moonage Mantra” (2017) published by Cassavetes Connection and K-Factor.
With Dorian Gray, David Catinari has toured national, European and international stages by tapping the most important in Italy, Switzerland, Malta, the Czech Republic and the People’s Republic of China, the latter in an important tour of 30 days that brought him to Beijing, Shanghai and Suzhou. In November 2009 David Catinari received the Career Award at M.E.I. – Independent Labels Meeting – in Faenza. Dorian Gray was the only Italian band to perform at the 2016 Canadian Music Week.
Their latest album ”Moonage Mantra” sees the collaboration of Tuxedomoon’s founder and soul, Blaine L. Reininger, who sings and plays violin in “Quasar”.
Dorian Gray booking:
Vox Day Concerti – www.voxday.com
Dorian Gray website:
Vox Day Concerti – www.doriangraymc.com