Back To Mine With Luca Draccar

Berlin-based but with Italian roots, Luca Draccar has been making waves with darkly exotic techno sounds that have found their way into the bags of DJs like Maceo Plex, Richie Hawtin and Carl Craig. He has a love of crafting luxuriant soundscapes that mix up sharp textures with more intricate designs and hot atmospheres designed for warehouse deployment. As his Leclipse EP drops on his own label, Lush Point, DMCWorld goes back to mine with Luca Draccar.

Doors –  Strange Days

Music but also malediction. Poetry, rebellion, mythology, genius, legend.  A completely Morrisonian cocktail. Shamanic power and mystic dirty energy as the rock star is born.

The Doors - Strange Days

Pink Floyd – Another Brick In The Wall, Part 2

Roger Waters hypothesised (and realised) the very first concept album, an absolutely theatrical masterpiece. A truly historic and complex artistic endeavour.

Pink Floyd - Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2

Depeche Mode – I Feel You

The latest version of Gothic-Rock, Synth-Pop, New-Wave, Disco Post-Punk attitude presented in a very glamour, never before seen style. Dave Gahan and Alan Wilder added a ‘stripped to the bone’ electronic blues-rock feel to this recording.

Depeche Mode - I Feel You (Official Video)

Depeche Mode – Personal Jesus – Devotional

The messiah howling above the monitors of the velvety Mecca. Elegant but completely sweaty, tattooed, skinny & moving. He is the concert him self. Today we are at the point of almost having technology doing the shows and replacing the frontman’s performance.

Depeche Mode Personal Jesus Devotional Tour 1993 HD 3D

Nick Cave – Do You Love Me ?

Nick Cave has a very personal and hard to define, unique style. This has the sounds of a dissonant orchestra with long, open, dry, vintage dark sounds.

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Do You Love Me?

Massive Attack – Risingson

The Sub-woofer culture was born as the fat bass is brought to the mainstream. Today everything sounds like this.

Massive Attack - Risingson

Chemical Brothers – Hey Boy, Hey Girl

Incomparable and extraordinary, the Chemical Brothers brought DJ and club-culture to the stadium.

The dance act that made the masses dance. No more illegal raves parties, but real public gatherings.

The Chemical Brothers - Hey Boy, Hey Girl/Music:Response - 7/24/1999 - Woodstock 99 West Stage

Aphex Twin – Windowlicker

It is the beginning of Aphex’s twisted era.  “Come To Daddy”, or “Rubber Johnny”, brought an element of horror to electronic music. Nothing so visually creepy had ever been seen, these days sick stuff, sits in the daily routine of our smartphone.

Aphex Twin - Windowlicker (Director's Version)

Nine Inch Nails – Starsuckers, Inc.

Especially with “The Downward Spiral” Trent Reznor featured elements of industrial rock, techno, metal, dance and ambient soundscapes alongside synth-pop-influenced.

This record plays with themes of introspection & dissociation with an abrasive sound. Trent Reznor followed his own idea of music with every single beat the result of a meticulous and obsessive study.

Nine Inch Nails - Starsuckers, Inc.

Lenny Kravitz – The Chamber

Glamour, elegance and sensuality are Lenny Kravitz hallmarks. His was a voice that stood out from the chorus, which touched the deep emotions of the heart and the soul. Inspiring.

Lenny Kravitz - The Chamber (Explicit)

Luca Draccar ‘Leclipse EP’ is out now on Lush Point.