South Australian musician and producer Luke Million delivers cosmic synth-oozing debut album Gina The Synth Cat, a 14-track collection spanning everything from Italo disco and electronic funk to synth pop that brings life to his “The Synth Lord” nickname with a rooting us completely and beautifully within a synth-led soundscape.
Opening with soothing yet funky melody of “Taking Off,” before switching seamlessly into echoing and foreboding anthems with “Space Journey,” and “Feline Good,” the album establishes Luke’s vast sonic diversity.
From the booming stylings of “Running on Empty,” and the soaring feels of “On the Run,” until the hypnotic notes of closer “Souviens-toi” which fades with hazy yet crisp beats and synths, the production weaves an intriguing tale of fearless kitty Gina and her brave journey to find a renewable energy resource for her planet.
A whimsical fantasy story with relatable notes infused into it, Gina The Synth Catis vibrant and energetic sensory dose for our ears as the intricate story about a cat navigating uncharted worlds, making new friends and putting up a fierce fight pulls us into a world that excites and entices us.
Accompanied by eye-catching visual elements that elevate the bubbly sound produced by Luke’s keytar leaves us craving more of Gina’s adventures.
After over a decade of crafting a sound hinged on his love for vintage synthesizers and drum machines, Luke Million continues to take over danc floors everywhere with his passion and versatility.