Who Music Mag had the opportunity to sit down and talk to Luccio as he prepares his new release on Deep State Records.
Grums Deep State imprint has been making moves lately and getting Luccio onboard for their 19th release really piqued our interest.
His «Peace in Qroo» record is a Progressive High point with no shortage of classy vocal work, lets find out more…
Hi there ! Where do we find you right now? How did you start your day?
I Live in Miami, been here almost all my life, love it here.
well my day started pretty much like everyday, Gratefully alive & with an everyday Morning 2 Miles before getting into the office/studio.
Can you tell us about yourself, where you are from and what you do?
I was born in Miami, my family is from Colombia. Besides being a Dj & Making Music , I am the Music Director & Owner of Apex presents which is the Company that produces all the events at Treehouse Miami.
What was the concept behind «Peace in Qroo» – how did it come together?
Ever since the Pandemic Started i started traveling quite a lot to Tulum. I fell in love with the people, the culture, the jungle everything… I’m on my 6th trip there in less than a year. LOL , Peace in Qroo was born about 8 Months ago on a Trip to Tulum, on a rainy afternoon, then i came back to work on it at my place in Miami, then the rest is history
What artists are inspiring you these days?
There is so much Talent out there but these days I really like what GRUM, CAMELPHAT, YOTTO & CASSIAN are doing.
How was it to release on Grums Deep State Records? They are building quite a nice roster?
It’s an Honor to be able to release under DEEPSTATE with so many talented guys
How do you work in the studio, hardware, software? Tell us a little bit about your work.
I Used Live 10, Recently I jumped into Live 11, my favorite plugins are Diva, Serum & sometimes Spire & Sythlenth, aside from my go Samples to keep it all simple. but there are quite a few toys if seen some producer friends use & ive been reading and looking at them before jumping into new gear.
The scene is just getting back up to full speed, whats next for Luccio?
The plan is to take it day by day and take each gig like the last one because tomorrow is not promised and the plan is to always leave a positive message wherever you go, that’s just my way of thinking. Aside from that some of my cool upcoming shows are EDC Orlando, some dreamstate Club events & Groove Cruise.
Any final words of wisdom for our readers?
I Think Patience is the key.