Electronic Music Producer Luca Draccar come to life upon the release of his new EP entitled ‘419’

The sensational sounds of Italian electronic music producer Luca Draccar come to life upon the release of his new EP titled 419 (short for For One Night aka One Night Stand). Captured in the allure of exotic techno garb, 419 is truly a stunning musical accomplishment. Over the past few years, Draccar has evolved into a fountain of creativity and is often revered for his free-spirited and cinematic production. 419 is comparable to living life on the edge. Each track unfolds into the next. It is a refreshing path that is filled with pleasant surprises and many introspective moments. Draccar offers a 3-track melodic gem that begins with Dadaism and concludes with Vagabondage. The production is crisp as it draws us into its scheme with a high degree of warmth and a thorough taste for innovative concepts. Every selection delivers a high altitude of groove sensibilities that are unforgettable. Stream on Spotify: Follow Luca Draccar: https://www.instagram.com/lucadraccar/https://lucadraccar.bandcamp.com/https://www.beatport.com/artist/luca-draccar/724753/trackshttps://soundcloud.com/lucadraccarhttps://www.facebook.com/DraccarLuca/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZKPLkC4uCAoepaE972GhGg?view_as=subscriberhttps://music.apple.com/de/artist/luca-draccar/1419658478

Highly anticipated by fans across the Eastern Caribbean community, and US east coast cities, ‘Arkesh’ delivers ‘fete’

With outside now a reality for Summer 2021, the entertainment scene around the world is getting back the colour in its cheeks, and for musical creatives, the new normality created by COVID -19 has presented a unique set of challenges. For many emerging and indie artist the digital space has become the new centrifuge of the music industry, and the opportunities presented in the new paradigm has made the game more palatable for fusion artists such as Arkesh, the Caribbean bred, Miami native, whose tasty blend of electronic, Dancehall driven soca is creating a real organic buzz in the digital underground. The Jamaican born, Bronx raised songwriter, got his first taste in the mainstream in his early teens as one part of the Miami based duo 1-50-1, which led to a short flirtation with Warner music and later Red Vinyl Records. Military service, however, presented a better option than a bad record deal for Ryon Rakeish Royes, who served honourably before making a notable foray into the East Coast tech scene. But always an artist at heart, Royes kept writing and used the hiatus to build a new musical soundscape that critics in the Caribbean urban underground have been calling […]