Dino Felipe (born February 27, 1978) is a Miami-based recording artist of Cuban descent. Deemed a “sound wizard” by Pitchfork, he is known primarily for the varying textures of his music, which can simultaneously resemble experimental noise, post-punky cold wave, lo-fi pop, digital bebop  and danceable rhythms. He has also recorded with FKTRN, Finesse & Runway, Hair & Nails, Old Bombs, and several other collaborative projects. He generally makes music using home recording techniques and electronic drums, guitars, bass guitar, a Korg SH-202, FX Processors, Vocals, and various computer software.
His cassettes were discovered by Schematic Records in 2001 which eventually led to his first official release, Dino Felipe : As Flim Toby, on Schematic, prompting Dusted Magazine to refer to him as the “enfant terrible of the Atlanta-Miami bass glitch axis”. After four releases and compilation appearances on Schematic, he began to work with other labels such as Rolax, No Fun Productions,Soft Abuse, Recession Recordings, and Bananas Eat Girl.
Notoriously prolific, Felipe has released and made appearances on 49 albums as of 2010, only half of which are catalogued at his Discogs page. Since 1999, he has collaborated and released with a number of musicians including Otto Von Schirach, Nick Forté  (as Felipe and Forté), Carlos Giffoni  (as Old Bombs), and Wolf Eyes. In 2010, musician R. Stevie Moore recorded a cover of Dino Felipe’s “Been Waiting” on his 2010 album, Space Bar.
DINO FELIPE – DESKTOP DRAMAS.
“Dark-like,and some are just more Nostalgic.All “Quirky” & Melodic as usual.” – DINO FELIPE.