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    Lucille Croft Makes Powerful Debut on Kannibalen Records With “Don’t Go”

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    Australian up-and-comer Lucille Croft makes a head-turning introduction on Kannibalen Records with “Don’t Go” featuring in-demand vocalist Micah Martin.

    The fashion designer, mental health advocate, journalist, model and all-around powerhouse is a force to be reckoned with. After showcasing a club-ready style over the past year on labels like Bourne Recordings, Pinnacle Collective and more, Croft reveals a darker side to her sound with her first-ever release on Black Tiger Sex Machine’s Kannibalen Records.

    Getting her start as a techno DJ several years ago, it seems that the DJ/producer is quickly finding her groove in the ever-growing Gessafelstein-esque style that is influencing a major sector of this next generation of tastemakers. She pairs a minimal, but punchy, melody with hints of rock band influences into this heavy collaboration that has a drop appropriate for only the darkest warehouses.

    Listen to the electrifying electro gem “Don’t Go” below and stream/download here.

    Connect with Lucille Croft: Facebook / Twitter / SoundCloud

    Connect with Kannibalen Records: Facebook / Twitter / SoundCloud

    The post Lucille Croft Makes Powerful Debut on Kannibalen Records With “Don’t Go” appeared first on Noiseporn.

    Source: Noise Prn

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