His work is informed by formal musical training and extensive studies in sound recording, music production, and the design of new musical interfaces and music recommendation algorithms. In his work, Vigliensoni explores the different stages of the current music production workflow, transforming the process of making a record into a playground for learning and experimentation.
Gabriel Vigliensoni has been involved in a variety of projects all through his lengthy musical career, performing, producing, and composing. He was a founding member of the post-punk band Lucybell and the electro-acoustic band Mismos, among many other collaborations. In these projects, Vigliensoni constantly embedded his trademark of edgy synth melodies, interlocked rhythms, and sonic experimentation.
The solo career of Vigliensoni began with Nata, where he experimented with techno and breakbeat. In his second release, Le Règne Animal, he explored vocal-driven songs that eschew the standard pop format, relying on extended structures, slower beats, and live drum programming. In Jaguar, Vigliensoni overlapped Krautrock and Electronica references to bring liveness and immediacy to the workflow of digital music production. In recent singles (such as Imágenes Paganas and Michael Saved Us All) he has made extreme reworks of songs he loves, bending their structure, rhythm, and spectral features by using procedural techniques.