Quinn Lamont Luke

Quinn Lamont Luke

Hailing from California, Quinn Lamont Luke is a New York and Oaxaca-based musician, songwriter, producer, and DJ who has emerged as a multifaceted force in the music industry. Over the span of three decades, Quinn has woven a rich tapestry of sound, traversing genres and leaving an indelible mark on the musical landscape. His roots in the vibrant musical heritage of California have shaped his artistic vision, imbuing his work with a sense of authenticity and innovation.

With a career that spans recording, touring, and releasing music, Quinn has collaborated with a diverse array of artists and labels, including Aficionado, Claremont 56, DFA, and Lovemonk. His collaborations with esteemed musicians such as Shawn Lee, Groove Armada, and Phil “Cantoma” Mison speak to his collaborative spirit and his ability to seamlessly blend genres.

From introspective folk ballads to infectious house beats, Quinn’s musical oeuvre defies easy categorization. His eclectic range of styles reflects a deep-seated passion for sonic exploration and a willingness to embrace new musical frontiers. Whether he’s crafting soulful melodies or igniting dance floors with pulsating rhythms, Quinn’s music resonates with audiences around the globe.

Despite his impressive musical achievements, Quinn remains committed to continued innovation and artistic growth. His dedication to pushing the boundaries of creativity with each new release underscores his enduring relevance in an ever-evolving musical landscape. As Quinn Lamont Luke continues to chart his musical journey, one thing remains clear: his music transcends boundaries and speaks to the universal power of artistic expression.


What was the first record you can remember buying? Tell us about an important early musical experience.

My father would sit down and show me jazz chords on the piano.

Always Something There To Remind Me by Naked Eyes

If you could have the audio stems to any track what would it be?

“As” by Stevie Wonder

Where or when are you most at peace?


What song do you put on when you wake up or need to get cracking on with the day?

Wake Up Everybody Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes

What songs do you put on when you want to relax?

Closer by Satoshi & Makato and It’ll All Be Over by Supreme Jubilees are the first two songs I see on my “down” playlist

Do you have an album or DJ set that you listen to repeatedly and would like to share with our clan?

Anything by Lexx, Phil Mison, or Moonboots.

Are there any habits, processes or hacks you do to help yourself get yourself ready to make music?

Make the time!

Three albums everyone should hear once?

Songs In the Key of Life by Stevie Wonder, Like a Seed by Kenny Rankin, Inspiration Information by Shuggie Otis.

What was your first musical composition, edit or remix?

First professional release was a soul cover of “Shook Me All Night Long” for Ubiquity Records “Rewind” series in 2003.

If money and death was not a factor - who would play at your wedding or birthday - both live acts and djs?

Stevie Wonder and David Mancuso

If you could ask any musician alive or dead one question, what would it be?

I would ask Stevie Wonder how he goes about writing a song.

Which acts are really exciting you at the moment?

The Zenmenn, Common Saints, John Carroll Kirby, Eddie Chacon

If you had the Discolypso time travel machine - where in history and the future would you go to?

Stevie Wonder’s recording sessions for “As.”

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