From the early '90s Davide "Gammon" Scheriani started several projects and collaborations concerning a very open conception of art and performing styles.
In 1997, he founded MotherFuckArt, a bunch of non-conformistic individuals voted to the production and promotion of any form of artistic expression.
During the same year he also founded the seminal post-punk group La Good Equipe along with italian musician P. Noyze (guitarist of Punkreas).
In 2001 he joined Borboritmo, an ensemble of poet and musicians, and later began his hidden career in instrumental/electronic music with the track "Don't Clean Up the Blood" which was included on "One Year Later... It Still Hurts", a compilation released by the Speed Demon collective in memory of the facts that happened in Genova, Italy, during the infamous days of the G8 meeting in July 2001.
Actually, he's sharing his professional career as a psychologist (working in schools and in other social working areas) with an intense promotional and performing activity, making concerts, DJ-sets, paintings, and releasing books and music products (CD and demo tapes) both of his own and other people's works.
The most recent goal he achieved in his research is mixing electronic music with a rough performing attitude inspired by post-punk and rock-wave. Something that Gammon calls "Hikobusha"...