Experimental artist Luca Draccar is set to release his EP ‘Supreme Emptiness’ following the release of its successors, ‘Sugar,’ ‘Neo Noir Plaisir’ and ‘Soul Grabber.’ The concept of ‘Supreme Emptiness’ challenges the void of being attracted to nothingness, and how it can actually possess a fountain of infinite possibilities. Remaining true to his dark art form, ‘Supreme Emptiness’ wallows in droning synthesizers, innovative sequencers, and robotic rhythms. But the intensity this time is accentuated by the rawness of pure instrumentation, such as the ambient piano in ‘Change Your Self’ and the kaleidoscopic electric guitar in ‘Mind and Soul.’ Each track has effective vocal whisperings; a mysterious call, luring listeners deeper and darker into the music, and into the void. ‘Let It Slide, Let It Bleed’ even offers rapping segments, the voice devoured by reverb and delay for an eerie sensation. Roaming the night clubs of Milan, Luca Draccar began his artistry by DJing, before setting up base in Berlin, fusing together his passion for technology and music.
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