The new sounds of positive vibrations

Venezuelan electronica artist, Lecram broke into the industry at 19. Formerly known as Marcel, this budding Djs style was often influenced by techno, bass and dubstep.


Lecram played for multiple events and grazed the sets of festivals, sharing stages with internationally recognized Djs. His passion made wide audiences in multiple countries, including Panama, U.S. and Colombia feel connected to him and his craft.

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As he began to evolve as an artist, however, he decided to take a break. This much-needed hiatus prompted him to rethink his music as he claims it was "life altering."

Today, Lecram is changing the way we listen to electronica. He is fusing influences from oriental, ancestral and native rhythms into house music to create an invigorating effect that electrifies your senses.

“I thank the universe for allowing me to uncover a greater potential in my music. I want my audience to experience the transformative power of music through my sets.”

Check out his soundcloud and don't miss his Miami Art Basel, performance.



For Art Basel week 2017, my friends Silvana (@AntiguaCollection) Christi (@CasaWynwood) and I worked on wood panels for Loews Miami Beach Hotel's lobby. It took some patience and a lot of black paint. Creating this exhibit with these wonderful people was an altogether fun experience.