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Unveiling Lex Luca’s Dancefloor Magic: A Journey Through ‘I Think I Did It’



Unveiling Lex Luca's Dancefloor Magic: A Journey Through 'I Think I Did It'

In a riveting conversation with electronic music virtuoso Lex Luca, we dive deep into the heart and soul of his latest EP, “I Think I Did It,” freshly minted on his own In Tune imprint. Lex Luca opens up about the creative forces that shaped this electrifying release and takes us on a sonic journey through the tracks that have ignited dance floors worldwide. With insights into his artistic vision, inspirations, and future endeavors, Lex Luca’s interview promises a glimpse into the mind of a passionate creator at the forefront of the electronic music scene.

Hi Luca Lex, welcome to Celebmix! Your latest EP, “I Think I Did It,” has just been released on your own In Tune imprint. Can you tell us about the creative process behind this EP and what inspired its unique sound?

I’d actually made What’s This a couple of years ago. It all started off with the vocal sample – once i’d got the vocal sections i was able to put the groove together quite quickly. I remember doing a couple of versions of breakdown and drop though as the first one wasn’t quite working. It took a bit of time but I got there in the end!

Then more recently I set out to make a b-side to go with it. I started working on a tribal infused drums, then found the I Think I Did It sample. Once I got that popping the rest fell into place and I Think I Did It became the a-side!

I Think I Did It” features two tracks that showcase your knack for groove and rhythm. Could you walk us through the different elements and emotions you wanted to convey with each track on the EP?

With both tracks I set out to make tracks that were really dance floor friendly and the key element to both of the tracks I think is the vocal sample.

With ‘I Think I Did It’, I wanted to make a track that brings the dance-floor together and brings a smile to people’s faces. What’s This i wanted to make more of a rolling tribal track. The drop is a key element to this one and the hooky vocal give some sing-a-long moments that i hope people can latch on to.

So to sum it up, I’d say unity, vibes and happiness!

In 2022, your track “Exposure” on Riva Starr’s Snatch! label gained massive support and acclaim. How did that experience impact your approach to music production and influence the sound of your new EP?

It’s always amazing to have so many big name DJs support my music and something I’m super grateful for.

My approach to music production is always been on to keep pushing my own boundaries – keep learning, growing and developing. As the tracks were made a couple of years apart there were quite a few things and experiences that influenced the tracks from studio set up, production techniques and personal tastes too.

Your work has received support from various heavyweights in the electronic music scene. How do you maintain your distinct sound while also appealing to a broad range of listeners and DJs?

For me it’s about being honest with myself. I’ve learned over the years to not get too caught up with external feedback and just focus on what I love to do. In the past when I’ve got too caught up in trying to appeal to anyone, it ends up going wrong. So now my litmus test is, do I like it, would I dance to it and am I happy with it. I I can honestly answer yes to all of those questions then I’m good with it. Of course it’s amazing when my music connects!

As the founder of In Tune, can you tell us about the vision behind your imprint and how it has evolved over time? What sets it apart from other record labels?

I love having a label so I can take control of my release schedule. My vision behind the label is to support the underground scene and to maintain consistency of quality house music and the future stars of the scene.

House music has a rich history and diverse sub-genres. What aspects of house, tech, and tribal music do you find most inspiring, and how do you incorporate these elements into your productions?

I’m inspired by the free-thinkers, the boundary pushers and the innovators of the scene. I go into the studio with an open-mind and embrace creativity

Many artists draw inspiration from a wide range of influences outside of music. Are there any non-musical sources of inspiration that have played a significant role in shaping your artistic direction?

Yes spending time outside of the studio is hugely important. Becoming a dad has been the most significant source of inspiration in recent years. Plus lot of internal work from meditation, free writing as well as keeping fit (lots of swimming and running) have really helped me stay inspired, and they allow me to be free from constraints when i’m making music. I love traveling, art and movies too. And I’m a people-person; i love spending time with and talking to people – this gives me energy and lights me up for music production.

Looking ahead, what can your fans and the electronic music community expect from Lex Luca in terms of future releases and projects? Are there any collaborations or events you’re excited about?

I’ve got a releases lined up on Trutopia’s Night Mayors imprint as well and Junior Sanchez’ Brobot, plus another EP ready for In Tune. I’m really excited to share more music over the coming months.

And I’m about to launch OpenDAW Talks podcast, the ultimate guide for independent producers and artists to thrive in the music industry. So watch out for that 🙂

Joyce Virginia is a New York–based writer, whose work has appeared in the New York Times, Wired, Poets & Writers, and other publications. She is a member of Sisters In Crime and Mystery Writers of US.

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Justin Timberlake Might SUE Britney Spears: I’ll Fix My Reputation!



Justin Timberlake at the Oscars

It seems that Justin Timberlake is so unhappy right now that he would hire an expensive legal team to help him get his reputation back on track.

Many think Justin disgusting in light of everything that Britney Spears’ biography revealed about him.

His reputation might never get back due to all of the things she confirmed and the additional facts.

According to a startling new claim, he’s so upset about it that he’s thinking of pursuing extreme legal action. Ouch!

On February 26, 2017, Justin Timberlake is present at the Hollywood & Highland Center for the 89th Annual Academy Awards. (Image courtesy of Frazer Harrison and Getty Images)(

According to a RadarOnline article, Justin Timberlake is thinking of filing a lawsuit against Britney Spears.

Unbelievably, Justin has received a lot of support from the general population over the years.

His erstwhile supporters have now abandoned him. Other famous people have also expressed their disdain at what he did to Britney.

The memoir released by Britney Spears in October 2023 is titled The Woman In Me. (Photo courtesy of Simon & Schuster)

The story claims that his original intention was to “ride” out the controversy like a wave.

When someone finds oneself in a scandal and is unable to confront the misbehavior immediately, that is frequently the wisest course of action.

This isn’t about anything Justin is doing wrong today; he can’t undo the past. Usually, the wisest course of action would be to say nothing and avoid making public appearances. (Well, after a sincere confession in which he begs for unmerited pardon in public.)

In 2002, Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake attended the NBA All-Star Game held at the First Union Center in Philadelphia. (Image Source: Getty)

On the other hand, the report indicates that the difficulty is increasing.

October 24 was just a couple weeks ago when Britney’s book was released.

However, Justin is apparently considering alternative choices because he is feeling so “miserable” over the information that has been revealed about him.

At the Universal Pictures and Focus Features presentation during CinemaCon, the official conference of the National Association of Theatre Owners, which takes place at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on April 26, 2023, Justin Timberlake makes an onstage speech in support of the upcoming movie “Trolls Band Together.” (Image courtesy of Getty Images/Ethan Miller)

After that, Justin has encountered trolling in a way that has never happened to him before.

Numerous messages have even been addressed to his wife, Jessica Biel.

Hers are toned differently. People want Britney to know she can leave Justin after witnessing how he handled his former partner, forcing her to get an abortion, and using her to further his own career.

On February 11, 2002, Britney Spears and her boyfriend Justin Timberlake arrive at the Mann Chinese Theatre in Hollywood for the film premiere of “Crossroads.” (Getty Images/Kevin Winter)

It’s all becoming really irritating to him. And not just any old fans either.

Many well-known individuals have stopped following Justin on social media, including some who are much more well-known than he is, such as Madonna.

It seems like he is thinking about suing her. He may prevent her from sharing more with the correct courtroom shopping (occasionally, whiners who are too litigious try cases in the UK, where libel rules are rather backwards).

On November 4, 2017, Britney Spears gave a speech at the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation Britney Spears Campus grand opening. (Image Credit: Getty Images/Gabe Ginsberg)(

If JT is truly thinking about it, perhaps he ought to think twice before acting on it.

Famous and evil men have been known to successfully defend their ex-partners in court. Occasionally, their expensive public relations campaigns deceive both the jury and the general public.

However, over time, Justin cannot and does not want his company to be known as “the guy who sued Britney.” He ought to have treated her better if he didn’t want her to talk negatively about him.

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Brandi Mallory Found Dead in Chipolte Parking Lot



Brandi Mallory on Instagram

The former Extreme Weight Loss participant passed away in the Georgian village of Stone Mountain on November 9, as was previously reported.

When this news first broke, no cause of death was given; as of right now, we don’t know one.

Here, Brandi Mallory grinned at her own camera for a picture she uploaded to the internet. Use Instagram

But according to security footage from the Atlanta Police Department, Mallory was last seen on November 8 at 5:53 p.m. when she drove to a nearby Chipotle.

She went into the well-established brought her meal back to her car. but did not go.

According to the official documents, the proprietor of a nearby deli reported to authorities that the following morning, he saw a lone vehicle in the parking lot, and that a woman looked to be sleeping inside.

A few hours later, the man apparently realized the car was still there and the woman inside “did not look alert, conscious or breathing,” which alarmed him so much that he called 911.

Naturally, Mallory was eventually shown to be this woman.

40-year-old Brandi Mallory passed away at an extremely young age. On Facebook

Mallory’s cause of death remains under investigation, according to police, who also stated that there were no indications of foul play.

In 2014, Mallory participated in Season 4 of ABC’s Extreme Weight Loss.

In the years since this performance, she has continued to grow her social media following by sharing her love of dancing and beauty advice.

On November 12, the late star’s family and friends held a candlelight vigil in her honor. On Sunday, November 19, 2023, in Lithonia, Georgia, there will be a memorial service.

To everyone who knew and loved Brandi Mallory, our condolences are extended. Use Instagram

Kim Williams Maxile, a competitor on Extreme Weight Loss season 5, honored Mallory a few days earlier with an emotional Instagram post.

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Interview: Never2Late Opens Up About Music and New Single “Love Is Wise”




It would surprise most that SteveB, a guitarist and songwriter from Yorkshire, UK, hasn’t made music and his band Never2Late his full-time career from the beginning. That’s because his unique blend of classic rock and blues is so effortless and natural. Actually, he is an orthopedic surgeon who is semi-retired.

It does make some sense when you think about it: playing the blues guitar would probably be a great way for a surgeon to cross-train since both demand extreme manual precision. That being said, it’s evident that SteveB naturally draws inspiration and inventiveness from blues rock.

“Love Is Wise,” the most recent single from Never2Late, is a cover of the track from their debut album, 2015’s It’s Hell In Happy Town.

CelebMix spoke with Never2Late to learn about his musical beginnings and the source of inspiration for his song “Love Is Wise.”

Let’s take a quick look at gear. Which sort of pedals, amplifiers, and guitar are you using?

I’m using a Kemper stage profiler to multitrack my Knaggs Kenai T/S Eric Steckel trademark guitar for the single. For my vocals, I prefer to utilize a TC Helicon Voicelive Play.

In the studio, do you employ any unique recording techniques?

Not exactly; I always perform to a click track since it makes the whole thing easier to put together. It’s very rare to find someone who can play precisely on time over a click track, according to my recording engineer! (Or maybe he’s just trying to make me feel good!)

I used to be in a band, but like many others, my dreams of being a rock star were severely thwarted by job, marriage, kids, more work, divorce, work, remarriage, more kids, and more work. Following my semi-retirement, I visited Glastonbury and was motivated to climb up into the attic, get my guitar, and form a band. We were originally a covers band, but after we performed at an event where we had to play four original songs, I decided to give it a go and ended up falling in love with writing songs.

Far too numerous to list and rather varied! I had the good fortune to grow up in an era that produced many amazing songwriters, including Paul Simon, Van Morrison, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Roy Harper, and Al Stewart. Anyone who writes songs that are not formulaic and convey something about life and the human condition, such as The Beatles, XTC, Tom Waits, Cage the Elephant, Kevin Ayers, and The National, is an inspiration. Guitarists: Frank Zappa, Eric Steckel, John McLaughlin, Jeff Beck, Joe Bonamassa, and JJ Cale. For Thin Lizzy, Led Zepplin, and sheer energy!

Versatile! Everything from somber acoustic tunes like “Requiem for a Friend” or “I Still Talk to You Everyday,” which were both written during a lockdown, to bluesy social commentary pieces like “Sometimes I’m Ashamed to be a Man” or “Motel 22,” which highlight the situation of Silicon Valley’s homeless population, to more upbeat songs like the hit single “Love Is Wise,” “Tempted,” or “Filthy Lucre.” Even the strange love ballad “You’re My Rock” is devoted to my patient spouse!

I make an effort to steer clear of the clichés of the boy meets girl, falls in love, girl dumps him, and boy is broken-hearted variety. George Harrison once stated, “I could write hundreds of songs like ‘Hey baby what you gonna do,’ but I don’t want to.” I agree with him on that point. I would prefer for my words to have some sort of significance if I were to speak. Some worth, so that it’s not just some stupid tune that made some royalties in 20 years.

Every day, I play the guitar. I start with some basic chords and eventually stray into new areas. Occasionally, I combine two things at random and a song emerges. After that, it gets refined until I am rather satisfied with the outcome. I don’t mean to sound like an expert, but creating songs is similar to giving birth. Sometimes the work is simple, and other times it takes a long time and is challenging. Sometimes, the words and music just come out of nowhere—”Blinking in the Light” was written in 30 minutes from beginning to end. It’s like an emergency caesarian section.

I frequently hear the songs in my head, and if they seem to require something that I am not able to give, I have employed Fiverr (the saxophone on “Broken Promises,” the female voice on “Refugees”). At a singer-songwriter concert I was playing at, I also got to know Joana Carvalhas, a very gifted violinist who played the violin on the songs “Refugees” and “Requiem for a Friend.” As a total Luddite, I still find it thrilling to send a WAV file across the world and receive contributions back in a few days.

The National is fantastic. Proficient musicians with an amazing song catalog; I saw them live ten days ago. Right now, I’m really into Eric Steckel’s guitar playing.

For me, success has already been achieved because I have a beautiful wife, four amazing sons who have grown up to be generous and loving young men, and a very fulfilling work in a completely other industry! I compose music because I enjoy it. I’ll be a happy and satisfied man if someone enjoys the song, can relate to the lyrics, and remembers it the following day!

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