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Adam De Lucia is a guitarist, composer, and producer primarily of his own music who has independently released the singles 8 Out (2020) and 96 Heartbeats Per Minute (2019), Hypnotist (2013), an 8 song album, Robot Sex Machine (2013), a 3 song single, and Perpetual Motion (2015), an 11 song album that combined his previous releases.

Adam has played guitar consistently for more than 24 years. He studied 1-on-1 for 10 years including guitar lessons with Doug Clarke and Oz Noy and occasional composition lessons with Chris Tarry. He was a nominee in the 16th Annual Independent Music Awards in the poster category, creating a poster for Perpetual Motion from cover art designed using his concept and direction.

Production began mid-December 2018 on 11 songs including new compositions and old compositions rearranged or rewritten with programmed instruments replaced by Michael Ghegan (saxophone), Brian Lawlor (electric piano), Cody McCorry (electric bass), and Jordan Perlson (drums) as well as other musicians from the Asbury Park and greater NYC area.




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Album 8 Out - Single by Adam De Lucia

8 Out - Single

Hi-Bred Productions
2020

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Album 96 Heartbeats Per Minute - Single by Adam De Lucia

96 Heartbeats Per...

Hi-Bred Productions
2019

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Album Perpetual Motion by Adam De Lucia

Perpetual Motion

Hi-Bred Productions
2015

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Album Robot Sex Machine by Adam De Lucia

Robot Sex Machine

Hi-Bred Productions
2013

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Album Hypnotist by Adam De Lucia

Hypnotist

Hi-Bred Productions
2013

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8 Out

8 Out

Adam De Lucia
8 Out - Single

96 Heartbeats Per Minute

96 Heartbeats Per Minute

Adam De Lucia
96 Heartbeats Per Minute -...

6 Day Regimen

6 Day Regimen

Adam De Lucia
Perpetual Motion

Store On the Corner

Store On the Corner

Adam De Lucia
Robot Sex Machine

The Far Groove

The Far Groove

Adam De Lucia
Hypnotist

Caution (Rise of the Tyrant)

Caution (Rise of the Tyrant)

Adam De Lucia
Hypnotist

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