Toni Geitani is a music producer, singer, songwriter, filmmaker, and sound designer born in 1992. At the age of 12, his father offered him his first VHS camera through which he filmed and edited small video trials within the circle of his family. In 2015, he completed his bachelor degree in filmmaking. He made two films titled “The Leaves Will Bury” in 2015 and “The Disappearance of Goya” in 2018 which won best international short or mid-length film in the 21st edition of RIDM. Through this process, he delved deeper into the art of sound. He proceeded to work on several projects as a sound designer and music composer. Exploring the experimental scene, he got interested in electronic music, analogue, and digital sounds present in our environments nowadays. In 2018, Toni released his debut music album titled "Al Roujoou Ilal Qamar” that consists of experimental electronic music with Arabic vocals initiated by improvising with synthesizers, drum machines, vocals, and lyrics.