Podcast #31: Luca Schreiner: On Remixing, Collaboration & Finding Your Sound

Phil Morse | Founder & Tutor
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Last updated 13 September, 2019


German producer and DJ Luca Schreiner is an up and coming name to watch. Still only 24, he’s self-taught, with a keen eye for what works both on the radio and the dancefloor. From his breakout cover version of Everything But The Girl’s “Missing” (that got him signed to Ultra Music), to his remixes of James Arthur, Kelly Clarkson, Clean Bandit, even Backstreet Boys, to his big-stage festival DJ sets – he’s making inroads in all the right areas.

In this episode of Tales From The Dancefloor, Luca talks about what it was like having a dad already in this industry, what his school friends thought of him getting into music production, how he made the leap from remixing other people to writing his own songs, how the internet has helped artists to collaborate globally… and how it felt to DJ at New York’s iconic Marquee club.

• More on Luca at his website: http://lucaschreiner.com/

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