Finding the Disorder

Finding the Disorder

In this 90’s inspired photo series, Lucy and Lowchano are captured with a playful attitude. Whether they are hovering in deserted corridors or swamped by a flurry of rainbow-coloured balloons, the two artists appear in the photographs exactly the way music makes them feel: free.

What does being an artist mean to you?
Lowchano:
The art has made my life interesting. For me being an artist means being everything and nothing at the same time, because it has made me free but at the same time a slave to a continuous need to express myself. The sensitivity behind art, as I understand it, can make you feel in the clouds or meters below the ground, but as far as I am concerned, I only try to feel alive and connected with people.

What are you working on now?
Lowchano:
I am currently laying the foundations for a path that is giving me great satisfaction. I have clear goals and the first is to concentrate on making music and bring out all my creative energy, the idea of putting everything in an album in my head, but for now I don't want to anticipate, we'll see in the coming months!

Describe your music in four words.
Lowchano:
Love. Storm. Delanoche. Future!

While Lowchano wears ‘Selfmade’, Lucy is dressed in ‘Bless 8’; a clothing brand that encourages young people to embrace their individuality and embody their true selves. The name and logo represent the dichotomy between good and evil that we face in society every day. The snake represents the struggle with containing our inner evil, whilst the brand’s name suggests our innate moral compass that forces us to do good.

What does being an artist mean to you?
Lucy Hate:
Creating, shaping something new derived from my own being and experience. Let free my spiritual essence and elevating the experience of someone else who can find in what I do a moment of reflection and a proactive push to feel himself.

What are you working on now?
Lucy Hate:
I’m experimenting new genres, sounds and themes, proposing a wide and hybrid concept as well as new and unknown on the Italian scene.

Describe your music in four words.
Lucy Hate:
Hybrid, upstream, biting, reflective.

 
 
 

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