Mauro Remiddi is a composer, sound artist and performer working primarily with electronic music, exploring and experimenting with song format and voice texture.

His main project has been Porcelain Raft, releasing two albums with reknowned US label Secretly Canadian.
As Porcelain Raft he toured EU and US widely during 2010-19, headlining and supporting bands like Blonde Redhead, Beach House, M83 and many more.

In 2012 Porcelain Raft’s song ‘Talk To Me’ was used in the movie The Collection (US).

The same year in New York, Remiddi started a collaboration with film maker Derrick Belcham, performing for Belcham’s evening-length productions set in the sprawling 60,000 square-foot Knockdown Center in Brooklyn (Wilder Papers/2015,  Debut /2017, Fable /2018).

In 2019 his sound installation Callas In Wonderland was shown at the Engine Room international sound art exhibition in London.

In 2020 Remiddi’s music was used in the tv series Messiah (Netflix) and Lucifer (Fox).

In 2021 he wrote the music for the documentary À la recherche du jardin des Finzi Contini, commissioned by Arte’ France.

In 2022 Remiddi finished the libretto and the music of his first opera Moonbird, a hybrid piece that blends cinema, opera and video art.
The same year the video installation of the opera (directed by Ra di Martino) was shown at the Museum of Modern Art of Bologna (MAMBO).
The live shows were performed at Palaexpo Mattatoio in Rome, at the Milano TRIENNALE and at the Apollo Theatre in Lecce.

His latest project is called Stay Over, a dance-live music performance born from a residency with choreographer Amandine Vighi.
Stay Over explores the concepts of dreams, trance and rest as a tool for liberation. In 2024 the show was premiered at Festival-des-Preanbules (Avignon, France).

Remiddi teaches sound design for media at John Cabot University in Rome.