Jump Onto The dancefloor Of Vendetta el Disco And Shake It Off

Hey everyone, get ready to groove with Robert Vendetta’s newest album, “Vendetta Del Disco”! It’s all about life’s ups and downs, told through catchy tunes and soulful stories.

Picture this: a guy stuck in the rat race, trying to impress his boss and losing himself along the way. But then, bam! His boss gives him a break, and he lands at Vendetta Del Disco. Suddenly, he’s dancing, living life, and realizing what truly matters.

The album’s got everything—retro-pop vibes, funky beats, and lyrics that hit you right in the feels. From the upbeat “Main Man” to the mellow “Here and Now,” each track tells a piece of the story.

Robert’s been making music since forever, drawing inspiration from his dad’s old country tunes and his love for Bowie. His creative process? Just him and his instrument, jamming out until the magic happens.

And hey, if it wasn’t for music, Robert might’ve been helping out young talent or chilling with a good book. But lucky for us, he’s here, sharing his tunes and spreading good vibes.

So, to all you fans out there, Robert’s got one message: thanks for sticking around. Without you, none of this would be possible. So turn up the volume, hit the dance floor, and let “Vendetta Del Disco” take you on a ride you won’t forget!

Listen to Vendetta Del Disco below

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What is your stage name
My stage name is Robert Vendetta.

Is there a story behind your stage name?
Yes there is. In like 2005-2006 I was looking for a new stage name instead of Robby Starbus. Yes, I was and am a Bowie fan… And I had this book of fancy flash websites. And one was called “Vendetta Del Disco.” So I went, there you have it!

Where do you find inspiration?
In many places. Like in life, experience, seeing what other people go through, things I read about…

What was the role of music in the early years of your life?
Our house was full of music. My dad was a country-singer, and a really good one. I wish he had his breakthrough. So instead of listening to children’s music, I grew up on Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis and the Highwaymen. And I was how my dad would play country on his old Yamaha 68 guitar. A guitar I know, own and love!

Are you from a musical or artistic family?
My dad was very musical, my mom could dance. Like to the point of embarrassing good!

Who inspired you to be a part of the music industry?
For me it was artists. I wanted to make music and dance on stage. To put on a good show and make great videos. I was very determined as a kid.

How did you learn to sing/write/to play?
At school and at church really. And just by heart. Like the beatles. I would listen to a James Brown track and try to make my own song out of it.

What was the first concert that you ever went to and who did you see perform?
I don’t remember my first one, but I remember my first big one. When I was about twelve years old my dad took me and my brother to see Willie Nelson. I was mesmerized!

How could you describe your music?
That’s a tough one. It’s retropop, modern old. People tend to think it’s like Rockabilly but it’s really a blend of modern and old. I always say somewhere between Elvis and Ariana Grande. Or at least that’s what I’m trying to do.

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People tend to think it’s like Rockabilly but it’s really a blend of modern and old.

Describe your creative process.
Well, I need an instrument. I’ll just start playing, trying to come with new ideas. That’s the hardest bit – to create the foundation. I’ll write the music alongside finding words and sounds for the lyrics. It’s gotten harder to get there over the years. The next part is just adjusting, rewriting the lyrics, getting the shape of the songs. I find that easier. And when I work as a producer for other artist I often get that part, adding those final touches to the songs. Once a song is finished I can hear the arrangements in my head. So often I make a preproduction out of what I hear in my head.

What is your main inspiration?
Like I said, life in general. But of course working with other artists as well. I worked a lot with young talents, they inspire me a lot. And artists that think totally different from me, I’ve learned a lot form them.

What musician do you admire most and why?
Oh, what musician… Maybe Paul McCartney because he is both a musician and an awesome songwriter. He knows all instruments so he finds the perfect places and what to play in songs. And he’s one heck of a bassplayer. And since I’m a bassplayer too…

Did your style evolve since the beginning of your career?
Oh, absolutely. If you go way back it was James Brown and the Doors that was the thing. And then it was Bowie. And then more 70s sounding stuff. But when recording my first solo-album I discovered my sound. Much thanks to my producer on my first album, Eliot James.

Who do you see as your main competitor?
I tend not to think too much about that. Besides, I’m different from what’s going on in the mainstream.

What are your interests outside of music?
I love to read books. That gives me such peace of mind. And to watch movies and theatre plays. And I really love to dance!

If it wasn’t a music career, what would you be doing?
Maybe what I’m doing to make money. Give young people a chance and a place to be.

What is the biggest problem you have encountered in the journey of music?
Getting people to answer my emails. I once had a gig, everything was planned. Two weeks before the gig I tried to call the owner of the place just to get last minute details. But he never answered. So finally I found his wife’s number, called her and said “if the gig’s off, at least let me know that.”

If you could change one thing in the music industry, what would it be?
Oh, that’s a big question. I wish there was more room for new artists. Like on tv it’s all these reality shows with the same artists over and over again. I’d love it if they made a tv-show about new, exciting artists. Unkown once.

Why did you choose this as the title of this project?
It came from the origin of my name, that flash-book.

What are your plans for the coming months?
Well, now we’re in release mode. So the album will be out March 5th alongside the promosingle. And then the music video will be out the week after. And then I’ll hopefully do some shows with my amazing band.

Do you have any artistic collaboration plans
I’m working with another exciting artist and there will be a single released in May. But I’m the producer and songwriter for that one. So it’s her that is the focus point.

What message would you like to give to your fans?
Thank you so much for being there. I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for you guys!

Mister Styx
Mister Styxhttps://musicarenagh.com
My name is Mister Styx and I'm a music blogger and an HVAC Engineer. I'm passionate about all kinds of music, from rock to hip-hop, Jazz, and Reggae as a matter of fact I am always eager to hear new sounds as music has no barrier, and I'm always looking for new sounds to explore. Hop on lets go fetch for some new sounds!

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