Italian composer and musician Alessandro Cortini is a prominent figure in the contemporary electronic music scene.

Alongside being a member of Nine Inch Nails, he has released a steady stream of his own heady music on luminary labels including Mute, Hospital, and Important Records for the past decade. Throughout his career, he has collaborated with prominent artists such as Lawrence English, Daniel Avery, and Merzbow.

Cortini was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2020 through his work with Nine Inch Nails, making history as the first and only Italian musician to have ever been honoured with such recognition.

In addition to years of extensive worldwide touring, Cortini has also soundtracked fashion shows including Alexander McQueen, Dior, and several of Fendi’s presentations. In 2022, he exhibited a high-concept audio installation called Nati Infiniti for Sonar 2022 at the Fábrica de Moagem in Lisbon. Cortini’s music has been licensed for use in television, film, and documentaries, games, and commercials, including Samsung, BMW, Sony, and Netflix. Remixes have also been a part of the artist’s identity – remixing the likes of Mogwai to Death Cab For Cutie, Yann Tiersen to Vatican Shadow, and more between and beyond.