It’s been 6 years since our 3rd album “4” came out! It was our 1st concept album, featuring 11 songs (1 of which was our 1st instrumental) making it our longest work.

Happy birthday, 4!

Today we announce that we’re currently working on our next album!
It will be about a strange journey, there will be sky, earth, sea, mountains, clouds, people all around the world, all the colors and all the languages AND it will be a graphic novel, so that anyone can image their favorite music.


Moog Music Inc. officially released yesterday a preset pack created by our keyboard player Luca Di Gennaro! It features 32 unique sounds for Sub 37 and likes with basses, leads and even a koto. You can download it by registering your hardware on the official Moog website www.moogmusic.com

This is Moog’s official press release:

Moog Sub37

“New presets are available for Sub 37 owners!Inspired by the soundtracks of iconic video games like Sonic the Hedgehog, Donkey Kong, and The Legend of Zelda, sound designer Luca Di Gennaro created 32 new presets to share with you. Log in to your account or register your instrument at moogmusic.com/register to experiment with these sounds.

For a preview of what’s included, check out Luca’s “Just with a Moog” YouTube series of video game covers, recorded using #Sub37.

Learn more about the artist and his creative process at bit.ly/3lKVp4e.”

Orange Bug Studios risking closure.

They are one of the most important studios here in Napoli since 2001 and we’re about to lose one of the cultural clubs in the city, a landmark for all the local musicians, an incubator for lots of projects, a place where you can rehearse, record, make friends, meet VIPs.

Inside the Orange Bug Studios, an original Fender Rhodes

There, we recorded and mixed our first album Flowing Portraits and had the chance to meet for the first time the man who would become our manager and lifelong friend, Davide Guidone. The studios really were a launch pad for us.

Given the pandemic thing and the whole music machine suffering for the shutdowns, Orange Bug Studios are slowly dying.

Studios owner and our friend Salvio Imparato makes a final effort to stop it happening through crowdfunding. We all can freely donate or take advantage of the deals in this Facebook post through the following platforms:

PayPal – https://www.paypal.me/salvioimparato
GoFundMe – https://gofund.me/1f0d6391

We progsters are used to odd times, so let’s do this together!

Dear all,

today is the last day of a truly unpredictable year.

Covid-19 was and still is one hell of a challenge for all of us and our first thought is for the ones that are no longer with us but that now listen to the most beautiful music ever up in heaven. We miss you but we’ll remember you forever.

We’re truly grateful to all of you around the world that took the burden of today’s human reality, making our lives somehow less difficult.

When we think of 2020, today and forever we’ll think Thank you. This means that everyone of us is connected to others and all of us is an important part of a community. We couldn’t make it just being individuals, so we’re proud to be part of this team called human kind.

Lots of us find a shelter listening to music and we are frankly happy to have added some material to enjoy this year, more than ever with a charity single Shine Again and our new album Blue Light Cage (that we confidentially call BLC album. Fans of Metallica/Prince/Jay-Z etc., arise!). We’re already planning gigs when it will be possible and chunks of the next album are in our mind and in our hard drives.

The codeword is Thank you and we want to say it to all of you.


(We can’t wait to say it in the flesh!)

– Soul Secret –

We had the pleasure to have an extensive talk with Jan Buddenberg on DPRP.net in form of interview. We covered lots of things: our new album Blue Light Cage, our charity single Shine Again, future works, influences and more (yes, also some insights by our manager Davide!).

Soul Secret interview on DPRP

You can reach the interview here: https://www.dprp.net/interviews/2020-003

Jan also made a great review of Blue Light Cage and placed it in the Top Progressive Albums of 2020.