Deborah De Luca goes Bad Guy


It’s summertime and time to party and we are fairly sure that this gem will throw off any mixtape. Italian born DJ Deborah De Luca has pulled off a stunt that clearly delivers.

No one has probably missed the Billie Eilish frenzy that kicked started 2019. Billie’s new album has conquered every chart possible on the planet, with her mix of techno drums, weird musical variations and unique vocals. Here at Stereoklang her record has gone warm on the vinyl player. So where does Debbie fit into this? Well yesterday she released a remix / edit of Billie’s smash hit Bad Guy, and yes you will love it.

Like most people her age, Billies influences and listening habits are strikingly diverse. During a shoot in West Hollywood she vibes out to music by rising US rapper Tierra Whack and her 15-minute album, ‘Whack World’, and as well as The Strokes and Arctic Monkeys. She has cited The Beatles and Avril Lavigne, among others, as all-time favourites.

Though they are fairly traditional influences, her music is thoroughly modern. Her generation’s hope, anxiety, vulnerability and heartbreak are reflected in the songs she pens with Finneas. ‘Bellyache’, from that debut EP, was inspired by the regret she felt when she would shoplift or occasionally nab toys from friends. “I’d leave and want to throw up with guilt. I used to think the police were going to come to class and take me away from my parents,” she laughs. “It was completely irrational, but there’s nothing like that overwhelming feeling, and to say that a child can’t write about those feelings because they are too young is bogus.”

On the new album is inspired by Eilish’s frequent night terrors and lucid dreams, the album juggles dark compulsions with grim eulogies, balancing her feathery vocals with deep, grisly bass. Like her spirit animal, the spider, Eilish can weave something that is at once delicate and grotesque: In “you should see me in a crown,” she lulls the listener into a false idyll with her murmured lilt, then leaps off the cliff of a tectonic dubstep bass drop, her sneer fully audible. 

DEBORAH DE LUCA
Born under the shade of the sails of Scampia, difficult neighborhood at the periphery of Naples. Born in 1980, Deborah embarked on a career in the music world working very hard , starting as a waitress in many clubs and then as a dancer for several years.

When she was a teenager she moved to Northern Italy for the high school, started a route into the world of fashion industry studying to become a fashion designer, but  soon she understands that his path was in a completely different direction, enthusiasm for the night life in the local gave her the right reason to start a journey that now counts a lot of people who appreciate her , first of all for her talent.
Came back soon to live in her hometown, Naples, she met Giuseppe Cennamo, DJ and producer from Naples (Desolat – Sci + Tech – 8bit – Carillon), who led Deborah to work on her knowledge into new music genres and trends, giving shape to a charisma that immediately has worked hard with productions signed by her as Sola_mente Records label founded in March 2013 , which today relies on collaborators such as Dj Simi and Giorgio Rusconi.


Her tracks also found positive results in well-known names in the world of DJing, as Magda , Dj Ralf, Someone Else and Layo & Buswaka. Her music in a few years, became  a high quality brand, a good fusion of hard techno and minimal sounds without ever being common . All of this is synonymous with passion and strong personality.
Today, Deborah De Luca plays in many clubs all over the world: France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Switzerland, Germany, Morocco, Slovenia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Armenia, Russia,America and continues to produce always fresh and innovative music , although she doesn’t belong to any musical trend , but conciliates always  different tastes.