Where do you guys answer us from and what is your current state of mind?
C: We are in a cozy Italian restaurant in Prenzlauer Berg, I had orecchiette with salsiccia e broccoletti and Jennifer had fusilli with pesto and bresaola. Feeling satisfied and close to a food coma.
Jennifer, you came from the South of France and Luca you were born in New York. Do you think there are shared music memories/influences between you guys? Do you believe that the external environment shaped your taste in music and if yes, how?
J: Coming from the south of France, close to Italy, we definitely share some Italo-Disco connections.
C: We also both come from the rave scene, and dressed like weirdos in the 90s.
How did you two meet?
J: Through a friend that thought we should work together.. he had heard Luca’s album and knew we’d get along.
C: People for many years assumed we were already friends actually ha!. It wasn’t until 2018 or so that we finally linked up and the rest is history.
You both seem to have common cinematic obsessions. If your collaboration was a movie, what would it be?
J: I think Klute would be a good one. It is very stylish, has something perfect in the cinematography and light.
C: Anything 80’s really.
Who or what inspires you the most every day?
J: To be honest, it changes every day. From a feeling to a discussion with a friend, to something you read. It’s so vast. Something you realise you’re influenced by something way later. The impact hits you later.
How would you describe your current musical DNA?
J: Italo Body Music!
C: Romantic dark club everything!
Describe for us an unforgettable moment from your journey as an artist?
J: Thank God there are so many! Every time I play at the Panorama Bar, it’s very special and a strong connection with the crowd. Recently, Lighthouse and Blitz!
C: It’s so hard to limit to one. But recently, we had an insane live gig in the forest of Granada for the Ritmo Festival. Full moon, climbing and dancing in the trees.