|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Riviera Boogie||2||Audio||2004||Cinedelic Records|
|2||Habibi Twist / Here Comes The Doktor||2||Audio||2003||Cinedelic Records|
|3||Riviera Boogie||16||Audio||2004||Cinedelic Records|
For more than ten years Doktor Zoil has been active in the music world. His live musical appearances have explored many varied musical genres (from Rock Blues to Soul, Jazz Funk, Brazilian and so on).
He works in his own studio and label, the Tam Tam Studio Recordings, and this gives him even bigger scope to experiment with musical styles. He started in 1998 producing several remixes for different productions (with names as Zoil, Kowalski, Reverend Zoil) sometimes in collaboration with Paolo Scotti (co-founder of Easy Tempo and Studio Uno, and actually producer and owner of DeJaVu Records).
In 1999, he was a founder member, coordinator and producer of VIP200, a meteoric and critically-acclaimed group that made a huge splash with their debut album "Psicoerotica".
Doktor Zoil career included some ground-breaking collaborations with artists such as DJ Maxwell Implosion, Maki Nomiya from Pizzicato Five, the german soundtrack composer Peter Thomas, the brazilian singer Pat C, theMontefiori Cocktail, the italian organ player and composer Sam Paglia, the new jazz combo Mop Mop, MagnetiC4, the italian soundtrack composer Roberto Pregadio, and Bob Dusi & Banda Charanga.
Since 2001, Doktor Zoil enjoyed a close collaboration with Francesco Adinolfi (radio speaker, writer and journalist) in the Ultrasuoni Cocktail RAI RADIO 2 Show. This collaboration generated various remixes, as well as conducting the Ultrasuoni Orkestra (DJ, samples, and musicians playing live during the radio show).
From this "radio show experience" started the Settebello Unlimited project with Kikko Montefiori, a powerful duo moving for parties all around Europe.
Doktor Zoil first album "Riviera Boogie" includes many different kind of music, and probably it could be defined such as a kind of compilation, where you can always hear his particular style and personal touch. This was probably one of the reasons why many tracks from this album became TV commercials, especially in South Korea and Japan, where Doktor Zoil is well known.