Since the early 1990s, Lamare has been a prominent musician and DJ in the independent music scene. His large parties have hosted international and underground artists the likes of Dave Rowntree of Blur, Mike Joyce of The Smiths, and many more. Lamare has worked extensively as a composer as well, penning music for both the theatre and for art installations.
As an alternative rock musician, Lamare has opened for bands such as Kings of Convenience and Iggy Pop and the Stooges. In Europe, he has toured far and wide, playing in clubs, bookshops, big festivals, and everything in between. Lamare’s travels have extended into the United States in recent years as well. From Dublin to Barcelona to Nashville, Lamare has connected with audiences worldwide.
Lamare’s record label, Lobello Records, is based on a small organic farm near Lecce in the countryside of southern Italy. Located near the beach, Lobello Records has fostered a small network of artists that embrace sea life and surf culture. Since 2008, Lamare has produced bands, documentaries, and artistic residencies with the aim of building a bridge between music and the waves.