Kyle dePinna is a Producer, DJ, & Recording Engineer who performs under the stage name, Neo Fresco. Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, he launched his career in Los Angeles in 2007 and has worked alongside the likes of Diplo, Major Lazer, Skrillex, Dillon Francis, Flosstradamus, DJ Snake, Troyboi, Wax Motif, and Anna Lunoe.
Over his 10+ year career Neo Fresco has accumulated over 10 million streams of his original music, most notably the 2016 single "Sublimation", off his "No False Idols: Chapter 1" EP. He has officially remixed tracks by DJ Snake & Dillon Francis, Major Lazer, Flosstradamus, Tommy Trash & Madeaux, & Noizu, in addition to his popular bootlegs and "Underground Sound" DJ mixes.
For 7 years from 2009-2016 dePinna worked closely with Diplo as the music supervisor for "Diplo & Friends" both in America and on BBC Radio 1xtra. From 2017-2020, he served as Anna Lunoe's music supervisor for Apple Music's "Hyperhouse" Radio Show & the "Dance XL" playlist.
Neo Fresco has performed all over the USA, from Webster Hall and Brooklyn Steel in NYC, to the Shrine, Exchange, and Sound in LA, Q Nightclub in Seattle, the San Diego Sports Arena, and even the Heineken House at Coachella. He has toured across the USA with Diplo, Major Lazer, Dillon Francis, Anna Lunoe, and the Mad Decent Block Parties, and has also played at a variety of famous international venues such as Razzmatazz in Barcelona, Potato Head & Single Fin in Bali, and Ushuaia in Ibiza.
Outside of music dePinna is a filmmaker with an impressive catalog of directing and producing credits. He is the former Studio Director for Teamwork Management & Mad Decent and directed the music video for Jack Ü’s debut single “Take Ü There” featuring Keiza, which has amassed over 100+ Million views.
In late 2020, after relocating back to his hometown of Portland, and weathering the extended lockdown, dePinna started a side project with longtime collaborator and friend, Jack Graham, collectively known as Murray. With Graham on the vocals, dePinna has been able to explore a slower, bassier, and more eclectic side of his Neo Fresco production, sometimes influenced by, and sometimes in contrast to the underground sound where he began.
In Fall 2022, after an almost 2-year hiatus, Neo Fresco returned with a collection of new music entitled, the "Neo Era." After a decade and a half of creative experience and mentorship, dePinna is poised for the next stage of his career.