LUCA CAZAL HAS BEEN QUIETLY EMERGING AS ONE OF THE HOTTEST NEW TALENTS IN HOUSE AND TECHNO. IT’S BEEN A GRADUAL AND RELENTLESS RISE UP THE RANKS WITH A NUMBER OF CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED PROJECTS AND AN IMPRESSIVE LIST OF ACHIEVEMENTS TO HIS NAME.
In the past year he has had three songs named Essential New Tune by Pete Tong, joined up with Hot Natured, picked up a residency at DC10 in Ibiza and even cracked the UK top 40.
A few years ago, after his former band Cazals split up, he began toying with the idea of making and playing house and techno. Luca's creative outlook saw him team up with various members of the electronic music fraternity, becoming part of several key working relationships all of which have made their mark on the underground house scene.
As one half of Luca C & Brigante he produced the timeless Morals, featuring Ali Love on vocals. Later he worked with house legend Robert Owens on Tomorrow Can Wait followed by Roisin Murphy, of Moloko fame, on Flash Of Light – each track becoming a success in its own right
and helping to further cement Luca's reputation as a formidable producer.
He has also secured down a residency at the hallowed grounds of DC10 in Ibiza, a dream come true for someone who has spent many a day and night partying at the world-renowned underground club. As part of the Hot Creations Paradise event he has played several times over the summer, playing a grooving techno set before DJ Harvey among his personal highlights. He also played at the legendary Robot Heart sound system at Burning Man, another standout moment in 2012.
And late last year, Luca's Midas touch was recognised by Jamie Jones and Lee Foss who invited him to join forces with them as the DJ and production duo prepared to take on the world by transforming their Hot Natured setup into a full-blown artist project.
Humble and hardworking, Luca C's talents invigorate every project he lends his hand to and his ever-growing list of achievements is a testament to that.