Luke Million is a fellow out of Adelaide, Australia and is the hectic keys player and synth wizard from The Swiss. He often starts his morning by bench pressing his Yamaha CP-70 and drinking 3 or 4 shakes of reel to reel tape.
This limited edition 7” picture disc celebrates the Arnold we used to know…
On the first side is the stella italo jam “Arnold”. On the flip side is “Sun Splash” - a smoking new tropical beast that should please fans of our Poolside 12” and early Metro Area workouts.
Check out the “Arnold” video clip at futureclassic.com.au and suss out Luke’s earlier EP Italo Journey / Octobussy featuring tastey remixes from Mighty Mouse and Brennan Green.
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LOVE it!!! – Perez Hilton
“This song made me wanna do some work out, which is very exceptional” – Joakim
“Love it! with a vocal like irfane, it could be a mega hit!” - The Magician
“This is great! Feel good vibes right away, sounds like a lost boogie track from Washington, DC or something” - Jacques Renault
“Having worked with Luke first hand I know well what this man is capable of. He oozes harmony and melody that will make the kiddies slosh in their booties, he will come at you with the strongest of analog sounds that will make you drag your plugins into the trash, HE WILL MAKE YOU SING ALONG” - Brennan Green
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