From Brixton’s Squats to Normandy’s Serenity: A Dive into the Eclectic World of Lewca‘s Music Evolution.
Lewca’s life has taken him from the seedy and lively backstreets of Brixton to the bohemian bosom of Paris, and the tale of his travels is just as captivating as the sonic collage he has been creating throughout his career.
It would appear that Lewca’s life was destined to be everything but typical from the moment she was born in such an unusual environment.
Lewca dabbled in the worlds of film and fine art before he decided to dedicate his life to the world of melodies and rhythms. He did this because he was always looking for a medium that genuinely connected with his unique voice.
It’s possible that the legendary musicians The Clash, Bob Dylan, Eminem, and LCD Soundsystem, amongst others, were responsible for nudging him towards the rhythm-infused route of music.
Lewca decided to go it alone in 2018 to avoid the turbulent waters that many bands are forced to navigate. However, he never lost sight of the need of working together with others. Enter S.O.A.P., the Parisian DJ and beatmaker who specialises in drum and bass.
Lewca first met him in 2013. Since then, this dynamic team has given their fans three extended plays (EPs), and they are now getting ready to release two full-length albums, one of which is the highly-anticipated “Friday Night Rockstar.”
When you examine Lewca’s family in Normandy — which includes three children, a mortgage, and a hedgehog called Sonic — you get a more realistic view of his life.
Even though Lewca’s goals may jokingly include achieving world control and unfathomable fortune, you get a more grounded impression of his life.
It is impossible to ignore his latest collaboration with the well-known DJ Elephant Man, which further solidifies Lewca’s position as a multi-talented musician. His songs, which are a mishmash of several decades, combine the wistful melodies of the ’80s and ’90s with the cutting-edge rhythms of the 2010s. The song “Quite Like Me” stands out because it perfectly captures the carefree, sun-drenched mood of summers in the 1990s.
Lewca allows his audience to travel through time with every rhythm and song, while at the same time ensuring that they never lose touch with the here and now.
Lewca’s music is a bridge linking other realms, and all of us are encouraged to walk over it. While we wait for new releases from this multidimensional artist, one thing is certain: Lewca’s music will continue to be a bridge.