Swiss DJ and producer Luk reworks “Wicked Game”.
Swiss DJ and producer Luk has teamed up with Swedish vocalist Ellie May for a new version of Chris Isaak’s 1990’s smash hit “Wicked Game”, losing none of the mystery that surrounds the haunting tune and giving it a big kick from behind for the 21st century. The track follows his previous releases in 2019, “Don’t Cha” and “Don’t Fall For Me”.
Lukas aka Luk, discovered his love for electronical music back in 1997, when his older, DJ, brother handed him down his DJ-equipment and taught him to spin LPs. At the start Luk was obsessed with Trance, Techno, Acid and Progressive, but then his deep passion for LPs grew more and more and the whole system was relocated from the family living room to a studio.
Luk was allowed able to show off what his brother had taught him and his self taught skills with electro and housebeats in some favourite Clubs in Switzerland. His cheerful presence behind the mixer causes the crowd to be enthusiastic and attentive. Since the beginning of 2006 Luk was able to add several famous locations in his reference list. Clubs like Loft, Säulenhalle, Pravda, Prestige, Eleven, Säulenhalle, De Club, Moods, Nordstern Lifestyle, Fonda and many others just to mention a few. His next goal is to make and play records all over the world.
Ellie is a singer and songwriter who made her debut last year with the track “Roads” and followed that with “Winter” earlier this year. Luk, from Zurich, says his favourite artists include Kygo, David Guetta and Calvin Harris. He released his first commercial single “Now Or Never” last year, with LA based singer BAER on guest vocals. The pair also worked together on “Don’t Fall For Me” before Luk recruited singer Kimberley Krump to perform vocals on “Don’t Cha”.