Steve Lacy
Steve Lacy
Penny Drop, Chugg Entertainment & Triple R Present

Steve Lacy

With Special Guests
Max Watt's Melbourne (Melbourne, VIC)
Friday, 14 February 2020 7:30 PM
25 days away
18 Plus
Alternative
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Grammy Award-winning multi-instrumentalist and producer STEVE LACY will play highly anticipated shows in Melbourne and Sydney in February 2020.
 
Perhaps best known as the guitarist of progressive soul collective The Internet, Steve Lacy is a force of creative genius. He was Wired Magazine’s Tech Visionary, Time Magazine’s Most Influential Teen, has produced-written-featured with Solange, Vampire Weekend, Blood Orange, and produced some of Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN on his iPhone.
 
Lacy’s solo efforts are genre-smashing gems that, according to Pitchfork, "sparkle with classic Southern California funk and soul."
 
“Steve Lacy is the voice of a generation.” - i-D
 
Debut album Apollo XXI was released this May to massive praise, solidifying the soul visionary’s bright future. Playful hooks, sun-drenched beats, and dreamy falsetto make for a rousing, standout release.
 
"The young genius of fractured funk and reverberant R&B emerges boldly his debut full-length." - Vice
 
As a member of The Internet, Lacy earnt critical praise for breakout collaborative masterpiece Ego Death. A dynamic performer, Steve Lacy boasts a live set emblazoned with hit singles such as ‘Dark Red’ and ‘C U Girl’ (with a combined 73 million streams on Spotify alone). A master guitarist with a honeyed vocal, the Compton native enthrals.
 
Entering the pantheon of urban pop greats, Steve Lacy’s Australian visit is not to be missed.