LUTTRELL x SOME OTHER TIME
Luttrell, a San-Francisco-based producer, shares new LP single ‘Some Other Time’ awaiting the release of his second album ‘Lucky Ones’
‘Lucky Ones’ out March 13 via Anjunadeep
Stream new single ‘Some Other Time’ here, out today (Released February 14)
First single ‘My Friend The Sun’, out now (Released January 8)
Pre-order the LP here
“Luttrell is carving out a distinctly different sound” – Mixmag
“To me, this is what dance music is all about – so evocative, transcendent. It’s just beautiful”
– Phil Taggart (BBC Radio 1)
“His colorful, meticulously composed rhythms & melodies are equally enveloping and invigorating” – Indie Shuffle
After Luttrell’s first single release, ‘My Friend The Sun’, he followed up with an instrumental deep cut, ‘Some Other Time’ – the second single from his upcoming album. A certified crowd pleaser and now staple to Luttrell’s DJ sets over the past 6 months, ‘Some Other Time’ has impressed crows from San Francisco to Fiji to London.
Eric Luttrell had an incredible year in 2019: releasing his acclaimed debut solo album, ‘Into Clouds’ on Anjunadeep. Now, the San Francisco local is coming to take over the UK with his second LP, ‘Lucky Ones’. Beginning spring 2020, Luttrell will set off on his most extensive headline tour to date, with 23 North American sets revealed so far – including a performance at the one and only, Coachella festival. More dates TBA.
After adventuring into the electronic music scene as part of the OWSLA-affiliated trio, The M Machine, Luttrell launched his solo project in 2016 with the ‘Need You’ EP. Following that, Anjunadeep catalog favorites, ‘Generate’ EP and Annie Mac’s Hottest Record In The World ‘Intergalactic Plastic’ followed quickly. Luttrell now has a highly praised debut album as well as reached #2 on iTunes Dance Album charts in the USA and Canada and #8 in the UK. Luttrell has created his own brand of unique melodic house and techno and really cemented a name for himself as some top talent – commissioning remixes for Moby, Tycho, Jai Wolf, and Blossoms.
‘Into Cloud’, Luttrell‘s first album, was the cocoon to the butterfly that is ‘Lucky Ones’. Luttrell was in a transitional period of his life and now he’s really found himself with his latest album. Rooting in gratitude, the LP is a collection of 11 carefully constructed tracks, influenced by The Smashing Pumpkins, Nirvana, and The Prodigy, San Francisco, Burning Man, studying in Berlin, climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, and (surprise!) winning the US TV game show, The Price Is Right.
‘Lucky Ones’ is available to pre-order now via Anjunadeep, digitally, on CD and on limited edition 2×12” Vinyl with Luttrell motif die-cut slipcase.
‘LUCKY ONES’ TRACKLIST:
What Do You Feel?
My Friend The Sun
Some Other Time
‘LUCKY’ ONES NORTH AMERICA TOUR 2020
April 2 – Urban Lounge, Salt Lake City, Utah
April 3 – Effex Night Club, Albuquerque, New Mexico
April 4 – Bluebird Theater, Denver, Colorado
April 9 – 45 East, Portland, Oregon
April 10 – The Showbox, Seattle, Washington
April 11 – Celebrities Nightclub, Vancouver, British Columbia
April 12 – Coachella, Indio Polo Fields, California
April 16 – The Mohawk, Austin, Texas
April 17 – Stereo Live Houston, Houston, Texas
April 18 – Stereo Live Dallas, Dallas, Texas
April 19 – Coachella, Indio Polo Fields, California
April 23 – Miramar Theatre, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
April 24 – Concord Music Hall, Chicago, Illinois
April 25 – Exchange Nightclub, Minneapolis, Minnesota
May 1 – 1015 Folsom, San Francisco, California
May 2 – Shady Park, Tempe, AZ
May 7 – Magic Stick, Detroit, Michigan
May 8 – L’Astral, Montreal, Quebec
May 9 – CODA, Toronto, Ontario
May 14 – The Sinclair, Cambridge, Massachusetts
May 15 – Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York
May 16 – 9:30 Club, Washington, District of Columbia
May 17 – Hangout Fest, Gulf Shores, Alabama