10 years is a long time in music, for London DJ Luc Sinclair it’s a milestone surpassed with great enthusiasm.
With his production project under the new ‘Luca Solis’ moniker gathering momentum and more gigs worldwide, 2016 feels like the last decade was just the warm-up.
Having started playing at just 17 years of age around Watford, Hertfordshire where he grew up, Luc has since played in 4 continents and over 20 countries worldwide. Notably the ‘Samba e Carnaval 2010’ in Rio, the iconic ‘Rascasse’ in Monte Carlo and the following year and in Ibiza at ‘Eden’ in 2013 championed as his favourite gig to date.
Successful with his full-time DJing career in London he has not gone unnoticed. Luc played nightclub giants Ministry Of Sound and Pacha for the first time in 2012 before returning a few times each year, including the official re-opening party of the latter – now named The Qube Project. As well as a few dozen commercial bars around the City and West End areas, other clubs that he has graced in the capital include Cargo, Queen Of Hoxton, Fire and Lightbox. His most recent gigs have seen Luc play alongside headliners Watermat, MJ Cole and Elrow resident De La Swing.