Music Producer, Sound Designer
Deliberately avoiding categorization, Milan-born Thomas Feriero has been exploring an expansive approach to sound for the past 13 years.
Since releasing his first records in the late '00s, Thomas has appeared on labels like BMG, Universal, R&S, Decca, and Bedouin under several aliases. By the age of 26 he had performed in over 300 cities across six continents, at venues including Berghain, Fabric and REX, and festivals like Sònar, Audioriver, and EXIT.
As an engineer and remixer, Feriero has collaborated with These New Puritans, Skepta, Ludovico Einaudi, Octavian & Future, Vaal, Alex Smoke, and Selena Gomez.
Rolling Stone, BBC, FACT, i-D, and Vice have all featured his work, with TRAX Magazine selecting “Words Unspoken, Acts Undone” as one of their Best Albums of 2015, and NPR picking his Maenad Veyl debut for 2018's Music of the Year list.
In 2014, after living between Miami, London and Berlin, Thomas returned to Milan to establish Hidden Mountain: a production studio focused on comissioned compositions and sound design for brands like Chanel, Armani, Versace and Givenchy.
Thomas is the co-founder of Veyl Records: a boutique label he runs alongside Alex Knoblauch; home to the releases of Years of Denial, December, VTSS and Blind Delon.