Ladyluxe Interview and sample the songs turning out a hot sound from Hollywood. Dubbed “Transglam”, a fusion of 80s synth-wave dance and new-school disco.
Ladyluxe is turning out a hot sound from Hollywood he’s dubbed “Transglam”, a fusion of 80’s synth-wave inspired dance ballads and new-school disco anthems.”If you long for the drag glam of Pete Burns and Dead or Alive, then look no further than this L.A.-Based one-man band. Co-opting the “transglam” stylings of Burns, Boy George and other gender-blending icons of the early ’80s, Ladyluxe delivers ultrasexy synth-pop dance tracks that sound like Depeche Mode, New Order and the Eurythmics. It’s all very retro in both sound and style and it’s downright irresistible.” writes Colt Spencer (UNZIPPED Magazine).When asked about his style, he responds: “I could easily throw on a T-shirt and jeans and call it a show, but what fun is that? I recall the days of not long ago when stars were stars with presence, glamour and outrageous flair and THAT is what I’m here for.
Original tracks like “Human Touch”, “Changed”, “Lance” and “Sex Mission” have been spinning in dance clubs here in L.A. and around the globe prior to the release of the full-length debut album “Human Touch”.
Ladyluxe has performed live at L.A. clubs including The Rainbow Room, Here Lounge, Fubar, The Dragonfly, The Palms and Mr. T’s Bowl and appeared on several episodes of L.A.’s 1 public access show “The Francine Dancer Show” as well as Punk Bunny’s “Hunting For Your Love” music video.
All original tracks featured on “Human Touch” were written, arranged, composed and performed by Ladyluxe and produced by “Producer Babes” (christian james-hand).