Daniele Luppi

Daniele Luppi is an Emmy-nominated composer, record producer and arranger. He has spent the last decade quietly making his mark upon the landscape of popular music with his sophisticated, sleekly modern and timeless sound. Luppi’s film work includes the score for Hell Ride produced by Quentin Tarantino, the score for Assassination of a High School President starring Bruce Willis, and the evocative orchestral score for the award-winning indie film Malos Habitos (Bad Habits). His TV projects include the main theme for NETFLIX’s Marco Polo and the score and main titles to STARZ’s Magic City, both of which earned him a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music. Additionally, his music has been featured in films such as The LEGO Movie, Two Guns, the Oscar-nominated Nine, as well as several noteworthy TV series such as Breaking Bad, How to Make It in America and Sex & The City. Luppi’s innovative arrangements have been feature on albums by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Gnarls Barkley, Broken Bells, Dave Gahan’s (Depeche Mode) & Soulsavers, John Legend and Faith No More/Mr. Bungle front man Mike Patton. Luppi recently released the third album of his Italian musical trilogy, entitled MILANO (preceded by the albums An Italian Story and Rome). MILANO is a musing on and journey through late 70s/early 80s Milan, pulling influences from its fashion, art, music, and design during this period. Daniele features performances from The Parquet Courts and Karen O throughout the album, which has been highlighted on KCRW and named one of the Albums of the Year by Rough Trade. Luppi is based in Los Angeles, CA.