David Quattrini's spark was ignited in the dust thick basement of a record store in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. His eclectic collection of vinyl and vintage synthesizers gave way to a first album and the name Carpet Killer. These intricately woven pieces of music are collages of sounds that span 6 decades, spiced with live synth, programming and packaged to exercise the subwoofers of underground parties in NY and Paris.
His love for creating something new out of something found led him to producing other artists, using collage and manipulation to add depth and range to their music. A lengthy and ongoing collaboration with James Levy (Currently of 'James Levy and the Blood Red Rose') would lead to producing 2 albums together and touring Europe.
His venture into Mixed media and film started with an electronic/acoustic score for 'Circuit' by video artist Jesse Fleming. The 18 minute 3 screen installation opened at the MOMA in NY and went on to play in galleries in NY and LA.
Dave has since stationed himself in Paris, in addition to scoring to picture and producing he is currently working on a new album that will tie together his love for electronics, the timelessness of pop music, and croissants.