What we did


Infusion Magazine - - BACK LOOKING - Stephen Day

First a con­fes­sion, I love lu­ciano. I’ve loved him since the sweaty af­ter­noons in DC- 10 to the big room an­tics at Vagabun­dos, I even have his remix of Argy’s ‘ love Dose’ as the ring tone on my phone. How­ever he’s had some qui­eter times as well: his brief cross over into the more com­mer­cial side seemed to have a neg­a­tive ef­fect on his pas­sion but he’s had a word with him­self and he’s back big­ger and stronger than ever. The proof be­ing one of the best sets I’ve heard him play for a while.

We rocked up at BMI around 7.15 to find the queue stretch­ing well into the car park and with a lit­tle bit of shuf­fling en­tered around 7.40 to see why there was a queue - the place was close to burst­ing with a vi­brant, up for it crowd. From the ta­ble wannabes to the fresh- off- the- plane UAe vir­gins, from the Man­cu­nian hol­i­day mak­ers right up to the cute girl danc­ing above the beach bar, ev­ery­one was in at­ten­dance and when lu­ciano stepped up the place erupted.

His set rocked, it rolled and it rum­bled with the driv­ing techno sound that the Ca­denza boss is known for. It’s unique to him and he looked like he was hav­ing a whale of a time de­liv­er­ing tune af­ter tune, re­lent­lessly build­ing and drop­ping a near 4 hour set. Blue Mar­lin had bet­ter be re­pair­ing it all ready for Papa Sven on March 27 as lu­ciano de­stroyed the place last week.

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