Boogie sirens meander the narrow streets of Milan, the same air on which traveled the feral melodies of Jackson’s Bad, second-hand wailing from the table top of Diego Montinaro. Inspired by Quincy Jones, Italian-born Montinaro found himself propelled towards jazz, funk, boogie, disco and soul. The earliest beats began with an Akai S950 sampler and Atari 520 ST computer, echoing tone reverent to the likes of Herbie Hancock and Donald Byrd. By 2002, Diego Montinaro had released three LPs, and a transformation of dance floor driven proportions had began. In recent times, past multiple monikers, Montinaro catapults the mind as Sandiego. With EPs on both Trapez and Resopal, Sandiego meets the extraterrestrial city of Detroit, joining Planet E for the birth of his latest and greatest.