Altar Boys

Altar Boys

Domenico Meschia aka Dynamo was born in 1976 in Italy.

He is a pianist and composer with a classical background, and for many years he has focused his attention on alternative composition and arrangement techniques by widening his knowledge on synthesizers programming, sampling techniques, audio and midi sequencing.

In 1995 he started to work with Dig It International on dance music production for the italian, spanish and japanese market.

In 1997 he worked as broadcasting sound engineer, collaborating with among others, Frank Sinatra and Liza Minnell's sound engineer.

In 2001 he opened his own recording and production studio named Gel Studio, where he produced several dance hits.


Alexander Macinante aka Lexandher is the voice of Altar Boys. He was born in 1974 in Italy.

Graduated in Foreign Languages with a degree in the packaging analysis of the records industry.

In 1990 Alexander Macinante started his career singing in local prog-rock bands.

In 1997 he is the becoming a member of the rock band Brama, with the role as a lead singer and author of all lyrics, and most of the melodic parts. With the band he played in many local clubs and big festivals for 7 years. 

In 2002 the band released a 6 tracks ep and two singles “Bassa Fedeltà” and “Referto Balistico”, both receiving great reviews and good airplay,  but is also included in several national compilations.

On 4th october 2002, being a member of the NPG Music Club he had the big honour to attend the soundcheck of the gig of one of his greatest heroes, Prince, at the Apollo (formerly known as Hammersmith Odeon) in London. He had the luck to be invited by the artist himself on stage during the afternoon soundcheck to sing one track, "Shake", backed up by the NPG band featuring the legendary sax players Candy Dulfer and Maceo Parker. One of the most incredible experiences of his life! 

He worked as a consultant in the entertainment field until april 2003, when he decided to focus, as free-lance on musical production, especially in the radiophonic and theatral areas. He was at the same time having his artistical activity by writing for theatre, and also as a solist.

In 2004 he published his first poetry book "Spettacoli Viaggianti", it is very well received and he spent the whole spring promoting it, including radio and tv appearences.

Then he publish the first solo album under the name Lexandher with the title "Gravitazionale", and the international hit "Elettricadanza" as Lexandher together with Dynamo.

In july 2004 he also recorded lead vocals for a dance project. The result is the international hit "Elettricadanza" as Lexandher together with Dynamo. The song receives massive airplay not only in Italy, but also in Germany, Denmark, Spain and Austria.

In september 2004 he is the chairman of the Ondesferiche music production company, and starts a collaboration with FML, a company based in England and run by the english manager David Stopps, famous for being the founder of the Friars Club and one of the first promoters to book Genesis and David Bowie in the early 70’s. He also started a collaboration with Howard Jones, and The Young Punx.

In 2006 he wrote 6 songs for Miriam Stockley, a wonderful vocalist who has worked with music legends like Freddie Mercury, Tina Turner, Mike Oldfield and more. Her “Eternal” cd is relased in december by the Us label Tula Records, in Japan by Avex and in the Uk by Universal

Discography: Discogs

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