Parlour Magic is a new vintage synthpop project from NYC-based producer, media artist, and composer Luc Bokor-Smith (1995). Parlour Magic's debut album, The Fluid Neon Origami Trick, will be released on December 4th, 2020. Origami was recorded in Las Vegas, Nevada in early 2020 – prior to the end of the world as we knew it – and mixed by Fab DuPont at Flux Studios in New York, NY. The Fluid Neon Origami Trick was recorded using almost exclusively analog synthesizers, including the fabled Yamaha CS-80, Oberheim OB-XA, Roland Juno-60, and the Eminent Solina String Ensemble, among countless others.
Since graduating from Brown University with a BA in Music in 2018, Bokor-Smith has created several large-scale live multimedia installations, which are available to view at www.luc.fm, while also working as a producer and engineer in New York City. Following his newest single "Moonstone" he projects a very nostalgic track that will surely capture your ears. Starting the track with a slow beat leading onto his Loud and captivating vocals. To the production and the vocals he completes this track fully. To explain the track further it's about living life to the fullest extent and not looking back to the past, or also can be seen as someone you cared about deeply has left and your waiting for them to come back to your arms. The track would be perfect for a late night drive or just laying by the beach watching the sunset. Go stream "Moonstone" and check out his discography which is filled with outstanding tracks.