Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic


Sounds like

Poppy, Grimes, Whipped Cream


band members

Lucille Croft & her other personalities.


Influences

Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson, Grimes


Website

www.lucillecroft.com

Bio

Lucille Croft – let the name resonate through your mind. There’s a rapid momentum growing behind it. Having made nearly every ‘2020 artists to watch’ list, this is the year to see Lucille’s true colours.

Using music as a form of self-expression, she is the epitome of creative mentality, with a dark and electrifying musical auteur so addictive, you’ll be in lust for more.

Electronic, bass music, but with teeth and grit. Her dynamic sound has attracted her supporting the likes of Illenium, Black Tiger Sex Machine, ShockOne, Kayzo, Marshmello – just to name a few.

Headline tours around Australia and Asia, playing at festivals including Ultra Music Festival, This That, It’s The Ship, Electric Gardens… releasing music across Kannibalen Records and Spinnin, and being played on Triple J and BBC Radio One, Lucille is fast becoming a dominant force in music.

Don’t be deceived by appearance, this girl throws down harder than most.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

21 Jul 2020

Triple J
35

Wasn't expecting this technofied sub bass slapper to mess up my head today but I'm thankful for the refreshing shock to the system it provides.

Wasn't expecting this technofied sub bass slapper to mess up my head today but I'm thankful for the refreshing shock to the system it provides.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

15 Jul 2020

Triple J
40

It's tempting to focus on the thematic elements around power dynamics through that synthetic vocal but those crackling, angular synths drawing fibre from early era Gessafelstein and I'm extremely here for it.

It's tempting to focus on the thematic elements around power dynamics through that synthetic vocal but those crackling, angular synths drawing fibre from early era Gessafelstein and I'm extremely here for it.