Luca Draccar is a well established artist who burst onto the streaming scene in 2018. Having always had
a natural affinity for music, the Berlin based artist with Italian roots honed his craft over the years to
become the artist that he is today. Although he receives creative inspiration from a number of styles,
Luca Draccar combines a variety of compositional elements to form his unique sound that has been
described as a “psychedelic cocktail of deep flavours…[with] rubbery futuristic/sticky tendencies”.
To date, Luca Draccar has two albums, two EPs and two singles in his Spotify discography. Some of his
most popular tracks include the likes of ‘Voulez vous coucher avec moi’, amassing almost seventy
thousand streams, ‘Birba’, gathering almost sixty-three thousand streams, and ‘Loversive’, with over fiftytwo
thousand streams. With more than twenty thousand regular monthly listeners on Spotify alone, there
is no denying the fact that Luca Draccar has developed a dedicated following of loyal fans.
‘419’ by Luca Draccar, is out now and will be available to stream on all major platforms! The EP lasts
around seventeen minutes and consists of three tracks: ‘Vagabondage’, ‘Lippen’, and ‘Dadaism’. Luca
Draccar’s inspiration for the EP came from the concept of 419 being an anagram for the phrase: “for one
night”; 4 represents for, 1 is one, and 9 is for night.
“Living in one place is imprisonment. An exhilarating wandering in multiple places. Enjoy the pleasure in
one night of 419 pure pleasure.”
Although ‘419’ is technically grouped under one genre classification, each track delivers a diverse range
of compositional elements that showcase Luca Draccar’s songwriting talent; from the steady beat,
melodic piano and panned electronic elements that form the immersive/atmospheric experience of
‘Vagabondage’, the stylistically effected vocal line that flows seamlessly with the hypnotic instrumental
progression of ‘Lippen’, to the rhythmic synth that amalgamates with the clean electric guitar and
foundational percussion of ‘Dadaism’.
“The past is the present that no longer exists. The future is the present that does not yet exist. So, only the
present counts. Do not waste it, because there is no return and no ‘satisfied or refunded’. Follow the 419
From the well balanced production and dynamic compositional arrangements, to the impressive vocal
performance, fans of Luca Draccar, as well as those who appreciate new music, will definitely want to
hear this single. Make sure you follow Luca Draccar on social media to keep up to date with upcoming
releases and performances!
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