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

‘Luca Draccar’ goes on an industrial meets EDM journey with new deep house cut ‘Flamboyant’

Based out of Berlin, Italian DJ and producer Luca Draccar unleashes another jewel from his melodic treasure chest with the release of a new EP titled Flamboyant. The project consists of three tracks and offers a dimensional edge to trance music. Flamboyant open with the nostalgic charms of Birba. This is a timeless groove that is equally soulful. The track’s driving drum pattern and echoing measures of synth provide a smooth edge over an intense sonic terrain. Birba takes the listener aboard a place where anything is possible while remaining in spirit with the present moment. Ingeniously, this groove makes use of several variations, including a compelling bass that pushes us over the edge with excitement. A virtual world of dance is unveiled in the second track titled Every Exit Is An Entrance. This musical gem opens with a hard—hitting hypnotic break that smoothly transitions into a whole new world o fluctuating arrangements, deep percussive sounds, and a violent snare drum. Once the bass drops, we are on the road to meet our deepest inhibitions. Luca Draccar keeps the fluidity of this track at maximum level with some cutting-edge keyboarding. Every Exit Is An Entrance is a highly evolved groove […]

The new drop from ‘Crzy Horse’ has the ability to resonate with any EDM aficionado

Crzy Horse is a DJ & Music Producer hailed from Australia. He produces EDM tracks, House, Techno and Psy Trance. He currently lives in Berlin and plays in Soda Club, Berlin. He plays in festivals and clubs around Australia, Europe, and Asia. Crzy Horse studied music in prestigious Berkeley Music School, USA and Point Blank Music School, London. Up-and-coming EDM artist Crzy Horse returns with a groovy big room/house single ‘Zeebra Warriors’. The single features a catchy lead with a driving four on the floor beat, and anthemic buildups. The single starts off with the main beat and the mesmerizing Arabesque lead that resonates throughout the entirety of the track. The track then proceeds to the first break and buildup. The arrangement of ‘Zeebra Warriors’ is unique and different from that of other EDM productions. Undoubtedly, the track has the ability to rattle dancefloors as it contains every anthemic element for a big room/house track. The production of ‘Zeebra Warriors’ will take the listener into a musical, groovy journey. The single has the ability to resonate with any EDM aficionado as it has every element to be catchy, memorable, and powerful. ONLINE: Follow Crzy Horse Instagram Facebook Spotify

Virtuoso Iranian Hand Drummer visits Cornwall in April

Mohammad Reza Mortazavi live in Berlin in 2013 More about Mohammad An international award-winning Iranian musician and composer is performing in Falmouth on April 26th as part of his world tour, with 25 concerts from last year’s WOMAD via Shanghai, Germany, Peking, Sweden and Cornwall.  Support Mohammad Reza Mortazavi is a traditional Persian hand drum player (Tombak & Daf) who performed at the Film Festival in Hamburg in support of Iranian film director Jafar Panahi. This Is Not a Film is a documentary by Panahi made in 2011 about his ban from working and subsequent imprisonment. Hollywood names including Steven Spielberg, Juliette Binoche and Michael Moore have also joined the cause of Project 20 to campaign for his release. In Project 20, Mohammad Reza Mortazavi plays for 20 minutes, the number reflecting the years that Panahi has been banned from working. The rhythm replays Panahi’s heartbeat recorded while he is locked away in prison, Mortazavi projects the director’s “anguish, anger and determination to break through constraints and limitations,” says the project-20.org website. Acoustics The event taking place at the Performance Centre, Falmouth University, Penryn Campus, is organised by Christina Kyle as her final project for the Creative Events Management course. […]