Rodolfo Montuoro’s debut album “A_vision” (Auditorium) was released in 2005.
The main feature of this album – in addition to the mixture of different music genres – is the use of traditional irish instruments such as whistles, ueillean pipes, violin, bouzouki, accordion and the participation of prestigious musicians.
In 2008, after “A_vision”, Rodolfo Montuoro reintroduces in a rock style
the atmospheres of his previous album and releases “Hannibal. Mithologies” (AiMusic, Egea), creating an innovative image of the unforgivable character by Thomas Harris and the cult movie by Jonathan Demme.
The series dedicated to mythologies begins with “Hannibal” and goes on with the release of two further ep: “Orfeo” (Believe Digital, 2009) and “Lola” (Believe Digital 2010).
At the end, “Orfeo” and “Lola” will merge, togheter with four unreleased song, in the album “Nacht”, released in 2010 (Believe Digital/Incipit Recordings/ Egea).
His most recent albums, “Voices” (Believe Digital/AiMusic, 2018) and "Acoustica. Codex Metastasio Post Box" (Believe Digital/AiMusic, 2021), have been considered as an innovation in the italian indie music scene for the unsual music contaminations, its hermetic contents and the care for the arrangements.