Vintage Culture - Promised Land - New Coloured 2LP

Vintage Culture - Promised Land - New Coloured 2LP

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Format: New Coloured 2LP Label: Virgin Cat. No. VCULT1LP2 Barcode: 044003392465

Released: 24/05/2024

There is no stopping Vintage Culture right now. The Brazilian artist has gone from small-town dreamer to main stage headliner in just a few short years. He has had multiple chart-topping hits across both Billboard and Spotify, has secured his own residencies in Ibiza and Las Vegas, has played epic shows everywhere from Coachella to Club Space in Miami and has picked up more than 1.5 billion global streams. All of this is because he has a work rate that is second to none and a passion for the party like no other.

Promised Land is the long-awaited debut album from Vintage Culture, driving through euphoric house and melodic techno, featuring huge names such as The Temper Trap, NomBe, Maverick Sabre, The Temper Trap, Elderbrook and many more. It includes his previous singles Come Come and Fallen Leaf, and the upcoming single Weak – a collaboration with one of the UK’s most iconic voices in soul, Maverick Sabre.

As a DJ, Vintage Culture is no less focused. He famously likes to play as long as possible and up to four times a weekend in multiple different countries. His legendary sets take dancers on a whirlwind through every shade of house music and have made him one of the most in demand selectors on the planet: he's played sold-out shows in North and South America and Europe, has been the main stage attraction at Tomorrowland, Electric Daisy Carnival Festival and Ultra Music Festival and now hosts his own Vintage Culture residency at Hi Ibiza, the most famous club on the White Isle. On top of this, he has made his mark on Las Vegas with his residency with Tao Group Hospitality.

Back home in Brazil, Lukas Ruiz is a national hero who has truly invigorated the Brazilian scene with his own label and festival brand, Só Track Boa Festival. It roughly translates as “good tracks only” and is known for its over-the-top production, explosive pyrotechnics and awe-inspiring ice canons at 25,000 capacity stadiums across Brazil and more recently in North America. All this comes after being made a cover star of both Rolling Stone Magazine Brazil and DJ Magazine’s international edition and being included in Forbes Magazine's influential 30 under 30 list.