Slavazza working with Magik*Magik Orchestra (2017)
|Associated acts||Aish, John Vanderslice, Magic*Magic|
Slavazza's musical career began as a live orchestral arranger for acts like Third Eye Blind, and a studio orchestral arranger for acts like Magic*Magic, Aish, Narada Michael Walden, Safia Mafia, Chiara Angelicola.  He toured extensively with the Magic*Magic Orchestra and played bass guitar, sax, and keyboards in Bay Area band's like Motel Pools and Vinyl Spectrum. He worked as the studio director for Zoo Labs Studios, a music accelerator non-profit in Oakland, California.
Slavazza launched his solo career with 2016's Guilty Steps. Singles from the album received praise for their "optimistic, hypnotizing folk rock goodness." SF Weekly said Slavazza was "shaping up to be one of the next big singer/songwriters to come out of the Bay."
He is a musicologist and curator for Feed.fm  and a model signed with the Nylo Modeling Agency.
Slavazza holds an ethnomusicology degree from UC Santa Barbara and worked in biotech before launching his musical career. He is an avid motorcyclist, sailor, and lives on a custom-built aluminum cutter in San Rafael.
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