Lucas Santtana is one of the most inventive artists of our contemporary culture. He played with Chico Science and Nação Zumbi, Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil and Marisa Monte, composed tracks for films, directed shows, among other things that we love to follow, because they always lead us to incredible experiences and new insights on where art can reach.
Born in Salvador (BA), Lucas currently lives in São Paulo and has released his seventh album, "Modo Avião" (Natura Musical), in 2017. The work joins music and literature, cinema and comics, had the collaboration of writer JP Cuenca and comic writer Rafael Coutinho and proposes an immersive hearing of sounds and texts, which navigate through issues such as anxiety, loneliness and human relations. A very welcome invitation in these times of hyperconnectivity.
It is the show of this record that he presents in next day 1 of April, in the Auditorium Ibirapuera. But of course, in addition to the compositions that make up the album, he will play songs from other works that marked his career, such as "Amor en Jacumã" and "Lycra Lemon".
We did a little Rapid with him:
Uia: What's the good in Sao Paulo?
Lucas Santtana: Feeding on culture.
Uia: And a stolen?
LS:To be on the street in the hour of the flood.
Uia: A soundtrack for São Paulo.
Uia: What was the last show you saw in the city?
Uia: And the last movie you watched?
LS:Lovers for a day, by Phillipe Garel.
Uia: What makes you sleep in SP?
Uia:Any solution to go back to sleep in peace?
LS:A night of hot sex
Uia:A face and / or voice for Sao Paulo.
Uia: A sight you'd like to see in the city.
LS:Revolt Lilith, in the House of the People.
Uia: Which neighborhood would you honor in a song?
Uia: A phrase that defines São Paulo.
LS:"Food is culture and will be consumed as it rolls loose good prose unmeasured."