You only talk in hashtag!!
By now you’ve seen the infamous “#Hashtag” skit from Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake- well, here comes the long-awaited dance track sampling it. Constructed by Dave Aude, the pounding electro jam features Luciana talking sarcastically in #hashtags with that vulgar and dry wit that makes her such a beloved part of clubland. Whether or not this is a response to the omnipresent“#Selfie” by Chainsmokers is unknown, but the satirical and rhythmic similarity makes it seem quite likely. Either way, “#Hashtag” will definitely be a fun track to drop on an unexpecting dancefloor right afterwards.
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#newmusic Luciana and Dave Aude team up again in this #terrific new track, #Hashtag.
Luciana’s feisty vocals over Aude’s stomping beats prove yet again that they can #bringit.
Here’s a quick snippet from bootleg Dirty Sanchez. Hashtag on sound cloud.
Sunday night at Brisbane’s #BIGGAYDAY was all about Luciana and Cazwell. The pair on tour from the States have been tearing up the club scene since Mardis Gras ‘Wonderland’ at The Ivy. From Perth to Sydney , Newcastle to Brisbane, Luciana and Cazwell have been serving up a slice of fabulous giving us their own banger track #GUESSWHAT. It’s hotter than a #redhotchillipepper and their on stage chemistry was the talk of BIG GAY DAY, Brisbane.
Luciana’s amazing ‘straws dress’ by pop art fashion designer Jeffrey Bryant couldn’t have been more perfect. Luciana says ” I’ve been getting so many people want to take a sip from my straws and asking how many are actually in it. I really have no idea but I know it was made with love.”
Your chance to catch their performance right here and see for yourself the mighty duo in all their glory.
This weekend Luciana and Cazwell rocked Mardi Gras performing their club smash hit Guess What LIVE…
At the weekend it was the annual Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras which had performances from Delta Goodrem in the parade then Samantha Jade and Tina Arena rock the after party.
However it was the killer performance from our Pop lover Luciana who stole the festival when she rocked Wonderland at The Ivy. Singing her hits Jump, I’m Still Hot, Primitive and I Like That in a colourful dress that wowed the crowd.
Then in an exclusive performance, New York rapper Cazwell joined the singer on stage to perform their club smash hit Guess What.
It was a fantastic night that SnapCacklePop were able to enjoy with the two singers.
Without Luciana Caporaso, The Musical Melting Pot would probably never have existed. Until my early twenties, I struggled to come to grips with the fact that my significant others were rarely into the endlessly intricate prog-metal I loved so dearly. I suffered through many nights soundtracked by mind-numbingly rubbish trance and dance mix CDs, all in the name of love, until the day I discovered this track. Overnight, it changed everything. It was the quickest acquired taste I’ve ever experienced, and it converted me almost instantly into an electronic music lover. Finally, I had a secret weapon in the musical battle between the sexes.
Since my ears were properly opened for the first time, a whole universe of music has flooded in – and continues to, in the form of my email inbox and recommendations from some legendary music-loving friends. But it all started there. So as you may have guessed, this review is a little bit biased. Oh well.
The most striking thing about All Of Me is the way it breaks away from the dirty electro stylings for which Luciana is best known, instead skimming close to the territory occupied by her previous work with PORTOBELLA. From London With Love gets stuck into a full-on Eighties’ new-wave groove; Emily contains shades of mid-2000s alt-pop; Really Want To Know Me is a guaranteed Brighton-club hit; and title track All Of Me overflows with nostalgic yearning. I’m definitely not in Shopping‘s target market, but it’s still a fun slice of girl-pop; One Heart starts off sounding like a Police pastiche before Luciana quickly adds her trademark vocal, turning the whole song into something new; My Sex works equally well in the car and the bedroom; and closer All Good gets a gritty guitar treatment and some happy-go-lucky handclaps to top off a fun and entertaining set.
All Of Me is the sound of a well-respected songwriter allowing herself to explore a personal passion, and have fun doing it. Luciana’s lack of self-consciousness is one of the most appealing aspects of her music, and these songs benefit all the more for it. For Luciana fans eager to snap up something akin to her early work with Portobella, this is the perfect choice.
The Musical Melting Pot.
To Listen to ‘All Of Me’ ‘CLICK HERE’
Luciana is excited to announce her performance at The Legendary Park Plaza Hotel. Book your advance tickets here.
On this episode of SKAM TV, we link up with our very own EDM songstress and “Queen of Electro” Luciana. She talks about her eclectic fashion style, how David Bowie inspired her songwriting process, and the mindset behind her new track with The Cataracs.
“When I dance around my kitchen table, I know it’s a good track!” -Luciana
Slap Luciana on anything and its hype factor immediately goes up.
Superstar DJ and producer, Dave Aude, works up a banger with Akon and Luciana on vocals. “Electricity & Drums (Bad Boy)” sparks up a body shakin’ movement with its sleek and bouncy production, it’s the kind of song that will automatically send your body into twerk mode when you hear it out at the club.
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WHO: Our Next Up Artist of the Week is Luciana. Luciana is a singer & songwriter from London who has been making a name for herself with infectious dance tracks such as “I Like That” and most recently “Primitive.”
WHY: Leading dance music producer Richard Vission has once again partnered with Luciana to bring a new dance floor-killer to life. ‘Primitive’ is co-written by Luciana and Nick Clow (Kylie Minogue, Maroon 5, The Cataracs) and is sure to become a global dance floor smash with its catchy hooks and pummelling club beat!
FUN FACT: Luciana is known as the Queen of Electro. Find out how she feels about the term in the interview below!
SOUNDS LIKE: Icona Pop meets Richard Vission meets M.I.A..
Click here here to see full interview and video.