Posts Tagged ‘Andrew Luce’

April 13, 2018
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It’s a California affair as Los Angeles production prodigy Andrew Luce teams up with Oakland’s own Alexander Lewis on their new single, TAKE ME. NYC’s Jojee adds some East Coast flair to the pneumatic track too. Her lofty vocals are ever so captivating, interwoven into the fine threads of this melodic plinking, sleek simmering, and melodic winding tune. TAKE ME was meant to mimic the feeling when you slowly start to disconnect yourself from another person and can feel their weight being lifted off your shoulders. It’s out on Fool’s Gold now, and you can stream/download, here.

March 5, 2017
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Andrew Luce’s latest remix has been a favorite of mine since it surfaced on Friday. I’ve treated my ears to its atmospheric billowing, fine speckled trap many times over since. The Los Angeles based production wizard has given everyone’s favorite LANY song, ILYSB, a breathtaking makeover. It surges regally while also mesmerizing with a motley array of intricate beats and rhythms. Andrew Luce reports that he’d been slaving away on the track for the past four months. He’s glad to finally get it out, as are we. Download his ILYSB remix for free, here.

September 1, 2016
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August 31, 2016
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Stalgia’s In The Trees is a dark looming beauty, a lush soundscape of seductive electro R&B from the gifted Los Angeles duo. It’s that magnificent tune upon which San Francisco by way of Los Angeles production talent Andrew Luce fixates for his regal new remix. The wavy trap and cinematic future bass remix takes us on a slow prowling march of seething grandeur. Andrew Luce’s remix is out now on iTunes.

July 14, 2016
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If you’re needing a sweet injection of energy and vigor, there’s no better way to “rebound” than Andrew Luce & MYRNE’s new collaboration. Andrew Luce, who seems to have moved from San Francisco to Los Angeles, links up with Singaporean producer MYRNE to shake, rattle, and roll us with vivacious trilling future bass and robust jouncing trap. Rebound is as lush as it gets, a busy frenetic, exhilarating intense monster of a tune. You can grab the heavy hitting behemoth from Toneden.

May 3, 2016
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San Francisco producer Andrew Luce previously teamed up with East Coast singer Chelsea Cutler on a bewitching future bass and chill trap song named When To Love You. They team up anew on a gorgeous new original named Up To You, but this time along, they also bring along Hawaiian production act graves. Together, the trio deliver a cool and airy pool of progressive pop, future bass, and indie dance. Up To You, which debuts under new collective Daruma, is sprightly ethereal, a moonlit twinkler with honeydew vocals. Purchase the wistful gem from various outlets, here.

March 15, 2016
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As I waited with excitement for Madeon on the Pixel Empire tour, Andrew Luce caught my attention. His name looked familiar. Turns out he lives in SF so I’ve probably seen his name on lineups before but I knew I had to watch him again after seeing him then. Andrew Luce newest rework reminds me that I still need to see him. He brings a different type of sexy to Lil Wayne’s line “I hate to see her go but I love to watch her leave” from the song ‘Bedrock’.

March 3, 2016
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San Francisco’s own Andrew Luce is proving himself quite the production force lately. His latest remix is a beautifully emotive interpretation of gnash and Olivia O’Brien’s I Hate U I Love U. The original’s quintessential representation of lovelorn torment is massively magnified in Andrew Luce’s darkly aching future bass remix. Though the track is a slow burner, the tension within its resolute approach is much heightened. Download Andrew Luce’s remix for free, here.

August 25, 2015
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Young producer Andrew Luce, who hails from right here in San Francisco, released a five track EP full of magnificent music last week. Off BLANC comes a sparkling, enchanting future bass and chill trap song named When To Love You, featuring haunting, agile vocals by East Coast chanteuse Chelsea Cutler. The East Coast West Coast collaboration is a beauty to behold. Elegantly choppy and bewitchingly glitchy, the divine When To Love You is remarkably captivating. Stream Andrew Luce’s BLANC EP in full, here, and download here.

April 30, 2014
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Let’s call it a night with one more sensational, spine tingling remix. Young San Francisco producer Andrew Luce has been wowing me with some mad remixes of songs by popular artists including 50 Cent and The Weeknd’s version of Drunk In Love. His latest specimen is Lana Del Rey’s sadcore ballad Carmen. He really turns up on the bass and the percolating, rolling synths, giving Carmen a whole new extra sassy trap makeover.