Roberto “Nick” Festari started his musical career in 1987 with Claudio Accatino and Federico Rimonti. They started to work for SAIFAM, composing and arranging Eurobeat songs for Asia and Flea Records. In the early 90s Festari continued with Laurent Gelmetti for Time Records productions and later moved to Hi-NRG Attack team in 1994 and worked there nearly 20 years. Recently Festari has been collaborating more with Roberto Gabrielli and now the team has joined the forces with Flashback Records by producing two new tracks in 1986-87 style. “Web Kills The Radio” has many elements (like percussion arrangements, heavy drums, voice sampling) from Time Records/Farina styled productions, while “Why Don’t You Love Me” is a softer track with Pasquini influences… and it’s no wonder, as Festari comes from the same engineering academy as the masters who created this particular Italo sound.