Initials Records label boss Luc Poublon born and raised in Vlaardingen, started producing music back in 1991 and released several tracks by labels all over the world. He produced under a lot of alias like The Act, Lakata & Andy Rom. His biggest hit was ‘The Act – Something About U’. This track conquered the floors from Miami to Ibiza and has been supported and hammered by all the big DJ’s like: Tiesto, Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, Pete Tong, Paul van Dyk, Lee Haslam, Judge Jules and many more. Under his own name he also had a massive trance anthem called ‘Quantum Leap’ which later were accompanied with vocals and released as ‘Gerontion’ on Initials Records. Gerontion became a YouTube hit and thousand of people used this track as background music for their video. In the groovy corner he had a big hit with ‘LPK – Sinner Man’ which is supported by DJ’s like Roger Sanchez .

Luc is producing all styles of music and he uses for all different styles another artist name. On the Initials Records CD release called ‘Collected’ you can find 20 tracks under different artist names and produced by him in all kind of styles. Below you will find a list under which names Luc produces tracks for his label Initials Records.

Luc Poublon : Trance
The Act : Hard Trance
Scenic Groove: Groovy House

Lucarium : Commercial pop
G’Boy : Hardstyle

Sneakerfunk : Commercial Vocal House with Marcel den Hertog
LPK & Discolupe : Groovy Funky Disco tracks with Peter Knipmeijer
D.O.D. : Progressive tracks with Rob Rockz
Slam Cut : Hardstyle with Mats Milan