A Track A Day: Luke Million

A Track A Day: Luke Million

With the current circumstances and the weird, turbulent times all over the globe, we asked our friends to choose a favourite track or an album for these isolated days, and share it with us along with a photo. A track a day keeps the bad vibes away. Stay safe.

Next in line on our “A Track A Day” series is our beloved Adelaide synth wizard Luke Million, who always delivers the goods. His obsession with bringing us contagious, hip-gyrating electronic funk is only rivalled by his addiction to vintage synths and badass drum machines. His family includes vintage Moog, Oberheim, Roland and Korg just to name a few. We see some of these beasts make a cameo in Luke’s live show, which features synths, drum pads and the quintessential 80s keytar. Luke Million shares with us one of his favourite albums of all time, Jean-Michel Jarre’s 1976 classic LP “Oxygène”.

In his own words: “‘Oxygène’ is one of my all time favourite albums. For me it is the ultimate synthesizer journey and it can evoke so many different emotions. There is something so organic about it that sets itself apart from other electronic music of the time.”


This is a unique website which will require a more modern browser to work!

Please upgrade today!