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One of the biggest names in dance music, Bonobo - aka Simon Green - has earned five GRAMMY nominations and has collaborated with a wide range of artists, including Erykah Badu and Jon Hopkins, and made remixes for Gorillaz and Michael Kiwanuka. Headlining the stages of the world's biggest festivals and venues, recent highlights of Green's tour include four performances in just 24 hours at Glastonbury, as well as the longest continuous series of shows for a solo musician and the longest ever recorded for an electronic artist, at the Royal Albert Hall. Green has also released several singles on his OUTLIER label, including the recent single 'ATK' and 'Heartbreak', made with Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, which was nominated for a GRAMMY in 2021. Green's previous album, Migration in 2017, reached number one on the Billboard Dance chart and reached top ten positions in several countries, including a top five in the United Kingdom. More than 2 million fans took part in the subsequent Migration tour.

Founder and A&R manager of Life and Death, Manfredi Romano grew up as a tour manager for punk bands and organized musical events in Italy. After completing his studies in computer science at the University of Pisa, Manfredi founded DAZE, the first booking agency in Italy entirely dedicated to electronic music. Leveraging two decades of behind the scenes experience, Manfredi changed focus in 2010, establishing himself as a DJ. As a performer, under the alias DJ Tennis, he courageously shows a remarkable ability to create intimacy even in the largest crowds. As an esteemed producer, Manfredi constantly channels his past relationships with post-rock luminaries like Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Tortoise and Fugazi in intricate synthesized electronic constellations. A refined chef and restaurant owner, DJ Tennis divides his time between Miami and Amsterdam, where he loves to ride motorcycles, collect vintage action figures and expand his vinyl collection, which now has more than eleven thousand records.