Techno Vinyls Records ’ series of interviews, we talk to producers who have releases on our label.

Interview with LØUIS L.P. (Luigi Pacca)

What does producing mean to you? When did you start your music career and what motivated you?

  • For me producing music is to give space to one’s emotions, feelings and creativity, giving the best of oneself, transmitting something to others without talking but listening, because music has no boundaries can reach everywhere. My career began at an adolescent age I attended clubs in my city (Naples) listening to the best artists of the House, Techno … that world attracted me I was completely fascinated, so I started mixing the first vinyl and shortly after to participate in many major events with artists known in the world of the night. Fascinated more and more I started a new path to produce music, dedicating every day to it to improve and learn new things …

How have your releases inspired you throughout your career?

  • It was the strong passion for music, overwhelmed by a wave of sound contamination,
    I love music at 360 ˇ influenced by the extraordinary sound of kraftwerk albums Tor de France and many other great artists who have enlightened me in my path.

Do you like to collaborate with other artists? What do you think about remixing? Do you like to remix or do you like to have your music remixed?

  • Collaborating with other artists is great, sharing ideas and thoughts is important for us who have broad views in everything. For me the Remix is your vision, your interpretation that can transmit something different to each one of us. In this field you have to be open in everything, sometimes I’m amazed by the Remixes who do my tracks knowing that using my samples can be born of anything.

How do you choose a title for your tracks? Do you think a well-chosen track and EP title matters?

  • I am an artist who lives of emotions that life offers me and I take inspiration from it, naming my works with lived moments, every single Ep has its own story.
    Working on good tracks is also important to choose the title that reflects itself creating something unique among them.

Is a well-designed cover important to you?

  • As we know we live in a world where the image counts more than everything. But I don’t care, the fundamental thing is good music that gives us something to its impact.

How do you choose record labels (what is a good label for you and what are your expectations)?

  • The labels that I choose must have something that comes very close to the musical line that I produce. I am always oriented to labels that give way to producers like me to propose a good work in the gold music catalog. For me a good label can be seen in the constant commitment that it employs between sharing and format that it uses to popularize its music and artists and get it to the world around us. My expectations would be to have good feedback from my music knowing that someone listens to my work for me is a great goal achieved.

How do you see track sales in the digital millennium data flood (for example: how do you see the digital sales, promotion tracks, illegal downloads etc.)?

  • The music market has changed a lot in recent years the digital has helped everyone from the DJ to the producer to release music, there are few labels that print vinyl as in your case, The piracy of illegal downloads has invaded a little bit everything, only those who consider themselves a true artist and respect the music buy either vinyl or digital, supporting both the label and the artist, not using second (illegal) methods.

What are your future plans for making tracks?

  • I don’t like to plan the future work constantly on new projects by completing what I started and experimenting with new ideas to get beyond my expectations.

Thank you for accepting our interview request, we wish you much more success in your producer work!

  • Thanks to you who have given me the opportunity to express some words and thoughts, thanks for the encouragement I will always try to give my best.