When he comes to greet me out on the quiet Rovezzano street, the first thing I notice is the wide smile. I apologize for making him wait, but he waves his hand down at me in pardon. Nicholas Madella, aka Buba, all kind eyes and relaxed aura, beckons me into the kitchen of the family B&B he helps manage. But this is just his day job. I am here to have lunch with the Intro-spettiva team, the local DJ collective behind the Nova Radio show of the same name and active members of Florence’s current electronic scene. Right now they are certainly some of its more exciting proponents. Once inside, I am introduced to the equally friendly faces of Filippo Blasi and Zakaria Mejhed, the crew’s more production-oriented wing. Mr. Teo Naddi, number 4, unfortunately has an obligation, they explain, and couldn’t make it.