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LP Giobbi is a DJ, producer, pianist and multifaceted activist who is rapidly emerging as a superstar. Since his debut on the dance scene in 2018, he has played at high-profile festivals including Coachella, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Tomorrowland, Electric Forest and Creamfields. He has also supported iconic artists such as Pete Tong (opening for him two nights at the O2 Arena in London and then playing with the Ibiza Classics orchestra on a grand piano to perform a song written with them), Fatboy Slim, Diplo, Mochakk, DJ Tennis, Dead & Co, John Summitt and Sofi Tukker, everywhere from Fabric in London, Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado, The Warehouse Project in Manchester, to Amnesia and Ushuaïa in Ibiza. LP Giobbi's music has accumulated more than 150 million streams on various platforms so far and has been warmly welcomed as Best Producer of the Year by DJ Mag, Spotify EQUAL Ambassador, Spotify RADAR Artist to Watch, Amazon Artists to Watch and TIDAL Artist to Watch in 2023. As a DJ, she incorporates her improvisational jazz skills as if to add live piano and modular electronics to her sets, seeking to become what she calls “a one-woman jam band.” As a producer, she combines a strong sense of melody and arrangements, as well as her refined performance skills, from her jazz and classical background, with the instincts she learned on the road about what moves a room full of people. Her love for music started from early childhood when she began taking piano lessons in second grade with longtime teacher and mentor Carolyn Horn, who gave her a classical education while also nurturing her playful sense of creativity that would become an integral part of her musical identity. LP Giobbi then received a degree in jazz piano performance from UC Berkeley and was playing a solo jazz concert in a bar when she was approached to join an all-female electronic band. This intensive education on sound production and design would have ended up launching her on a new dance-oriented trajectory. Moving on to 2018, where LP Giobbi entered the dance scene as a producer with a series of singles that combined the funky flavor of classical house music with a sense of sound exploration and a live show that inspired SOFI TUKKER to offer the young artist their mentorship and a record deal. Since then she has created an identity for herself as one of the most organic performers in electronic music, bringing years of training in classical piano and jazz performance to her piano-focused productions, creating a sound that can easily fill stadiums without losing its deep human touch. Along the way, she used her growing fame to fuel her non-profit FEMME HOUSE, building community and inclusion in the world of dance music, and emerging as one of the genre's most passionate and determined artists/activists. LP Giobbi's debut album, Light Places, was released on 12 May 2023 on Ninja Tune's Counter Records label and represents an exhaustive statement of who he is as an artist. It brings an organic freedom found in improvised music (from long-time inspirations like Bill Evans and the Grateful Dead) and spontaneous collaborations to incorporate the fundamental principles of simplicity into the often intricate structures of dance music, creating a series of tracks that simply make you feel good. The process of creating complementary tracks has accidentally broadened LP Giobbi's artistic lens to expand his production capabilities beyond the limits of creating autonomous singles. This expanded space has given LP Giobbi the opportunity to dig into more meanings contained in a simple sentence (“If Love is A Skill (feat. Sofi Tukker)”), handling dynamic tom fills and distorted bass with intent ('Georgia') and harnessing the infinite power of love from friends and family ('All I Need'). In the end, the album feels like something bigger than itself and will let anyone who meets it feel that anything is possible. Although it has accumulated great concerts, excellent remix opportunities (providing unique reinterpretations of the music of artists like Taylor Swift, Portugal). The Man, Diplo & TSHA, Kx5, MK, Dom Dolla, Tycho and Carlita among others), and a series of titles and awards (Ambassador of Spotify EQUAL, North American Music Director for W Hotels, host of FEMME HOUSE Radio), Giobbi has never lost sight of an ethic of musical production centered on collaborative effort. Behind the scenes, she launched a multifunctional label/publishing house/collective called Animal Talk (together with SOFI TUKKER partners), and founded the non-profit FEMME HOUSE dedicated to the education of young beatmakers and the fight against gender disparities in dance music, where women represent only two percent of producers. Since its launch in 2019, FEMME HOUSE has provided thousands of feminine and gender expansive individuals access to production workshops, online courses, and scholarship programs for LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC creators that cover everything from songwriting to sound design. It blossomed into a multidimensional commitment that includes bootcamps, live broadcasts, a FEMME HOUSE radio show on SiriusXM's Diplo's Revolution, along with on-stage takeovers at the EDC and the Hulaween Music Festival and the FEMME HOUSE Takeover Tour, mixing club dates with in-person workshops with the mission of bringing 'the party home to the school'. In both 2021 and 2022, FEMME HOUSE joined forces with She Is the Music by Alicia Keys and We Are Moving the Needle by Emily Lazaar for a month-long sold-out production bootcamp, where more than 3,000 subscribers from more than 1,400 cities and 77 countries learned to produce music together.” Dance music was started by queer black people to create a safe space and I'm only here to value those voices and contribute to the security of the space however I can,” Giobbi says. “Through the takeover on stage, the radio show and various platform opportunities, I'm trying to highlight these voices, so that other people can see themselves represented and say 'I can be and do anything in this world' because it's hard to be what you can't see. LP launched his own label, Yes Yes Yes, as part of the Defected Records family, which is a channel for his underground dancefloor tracks and will highlight emerging artists. It states: “This label is not tied to a particular genre or sound. It's just good dance music, made for the dancefloor that expands your mind and makes you feel good.” With the continuous increase in Giobbi's profile, he continues to grow and explore, improvising his path to his musical ideal. “I love the jam band ethic,” says Giobbi, the daughter of two passionate Deadheads, who often appears on stage wearing one of her many Dead t-shirts. (He also created a Dead House set and a Garcia remix album (Remixed) in which he intertwines the sounds of the Grateful Dead catalog and Jerry Garcia's first solo album on house rhythms). “I constantly wonder, is this interesting enough to come back to? My parents have been to more than 80 Dead concerts in their lifetime. I want to make my music interesting enough to come back again and again, where it feels familiar, but you have no idea what you're going to get.”