Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Hip Hop, Pop


Sounds like

Swick, Sophie , Machinedrum


Influences

Hatsune Miku, model dioramas, indoor plants


Website

www.lewiscancut.com

Bio

Lewis CanCut is one of Melbourne's most prolific electronic music producers. His signature tropical pop sounds and clean-cut percussive nature come together like a bowl of fruit punch with enough sugar to give you a rush.

Lewis’ impressive production comes with a CV to match. He has released a constant stream of music and has the support of industry heavyweights such as Diplo, Tkay Maidza, Branko, Nina Las Vegas, Sinden, Astronomar and more. Since his debut EP, ‘Neon Saxophone’ in 2010, Lewis has gone on to release music through such labels as NLV Records, Enchufada, Shh Secret Songs, Activia Benz, Main Course and Mad Decent. His biggest commercial success being co-writing the music for Jennifer Lopez's single “Booty" featuring Iggy Azealia - the video for which has attracted over 170 million views.
Lewis was among the 1% of successful applicants invited to participate in the Tokyo Red Bull Music Academy in 2014. This opportunity saw him spend spend two weeks at the academy collaborating with artists from all corners of the globe, presenting numerous shows for Red Bull Radio and playing a one-off showcase set in Shinjuku.

At the end of 2015, Lewis CanCut signed to Nina Las Vegas' new club label, NLV Records. His track ‘Systems’ was the first release from the imprint, a percussive-club song that received frequent play on Triple J. He has since released his first official single as part of the label, ‘Say Ok’ as well as a six track EP, Indoor Rainforest.

With Indoor Rainforest showcasing Lewis’ ability to make stand out pop songs for the club, there is no telling what Lewis will do next. With plenty more exciting releases already in the works, 2017 is shaping up to be an exciting one for this Melbourne based producer.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

13 Dec 2017

Triple J
40

you must have an incredible sound library mang. some of the pops, bloops, heaves and everything in between that i can't adequately describe are mesmeric. full of sounds that make you listen as close as possible.

you must have an incredible sound library mang. some of the pops, bloops, heaves and everything in between that i can't adequately describe are mesmeric. full of sounds that make you listen as close as possible.

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

06 Jul 2017

Triple J
45

Hatsune Miku! This is lethal!

Hatsune Miku! This is lethal!

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

05 Jul 2017

Triple J
40

a bouncy, technicolour collage that explodes out of the speakers

a bouncy, technicolour collage that explodes out of the speakers